Laws and Regulations under TRIPS Art. 63.2 - View details of the document

Bahrain, Kingdom of
Law No. (6) for the year 2006 on Industrial Drawings and Models
The law defined industrial design as every arrangement of lines and colors, or every form of anthropomorphic colors or without colors, and be an industrial design may be registered if it was characterized by novelty and usable in industry or craft work and that lends a striking feature of the industrial product or a craftsman and not have been disclosed to the public. The law specifies the registration of industrial designs and periods of protection and litigation procedures in the event of a dispute, or contrary to the provisions of this law and the enforcement of rights conferred by the registration of industrial drawing.
The Ministers, each in his own capacity, shall implement this law, which shall come into effect as of the next day following the publication thereof in the Official Gazette.