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

The Trademark Law regulates the field of the granting and the existence of trademarks; it establishes: - the concept of a trademark; - procedure for the grant of a trademark; - effects of a trademark; - limitations of trademark rights; - license; - changes relating to a trademark; - acquisition, duration, maintenance and lapse of a trademark; - grounds for the declaration of invalidity of a trademark; - provisions on a collective and certification mark; - civil protection (enforcement); - provisional judicial measures; - misdemeanours provisions.
In use from 1 January 2000.