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Aux termes de l'article 63:2 de l'Accord sur les ADPIC, les Membres doivent notifier les lois et réglementations qu'ils auront rendues exécutoires, et qui visent les questions faisant l'objet de l'Accord, au Conseil des ADPIC pour l'aider dans son examen du fonctionnement de l'Accord.

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Cote du document Membre notifiant Membre soulevant la question Question Réponse Date de distribution du document  
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne Additional question 14: Please explain how Section 80 of Act 52 of 1979 complies with Article 33 of the TRIPS Agreement.
Section 80 of the Act No. 52 of 1979 is amended under the proposed law to comply with Article 33 of the TRIPS Agreement.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne Additional question 15: Please advise where provisions in compliance with Article 31 of the TRIPS Agreement are to be found in Act 52 of 1979.
The Act No. 52 of 1979 does not contain any provision with regard to "the use without authorization of the right holder".
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne Additional question 16: Please advise where provisions in compliance with Article 34 of the TRIPS Agreement are to be found in Act 52 of 1979.
The Act No. 52 of 1979 does not contain such provision but the proposed law will make necessary provisions (Clause 17).
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 39. Please describe how your legislation protects topographies.
A law is proposed to protect lay out designs of integrated circuits under a sui generis system in line with the TRIPS Agreement.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 40. Please explain what protection your national legislation grants to right holders against the unlawful importation, sale or distribution for commercial purposes of topographies including integrated circuits or other articles in which a topography is incorporated in accordance with Article 36 of the TRIPS Agreement.
The registered owner is given exclusive right to import, offer for sale, sell or otherwise distribute for commercial purposes the protected lay out design or integrated circuits in which the protected lay out design is incorporated or an article incorporating such an integrated circuit in so far as it does not contain an unlawfully reproduced lay out designs.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 41. Please explain how your legislation provides for the derogation from Article 36 as specified in Article 37 of the TRIPS Agreement where a person has no knowledge or reasonable grounds to know when acquiring an integrated circuit or an article incorporating such an integrated circuit that it contains an unlawful topography.
Section 4(2)(iv) of the proposed law provides as follows: The performance of any act referred to in paragraph (ii) of subsection (1) in respect of an integrated circuit incorporating an unlawfully reproduced layout-design or any article incorporating such an integrated circuit, where the person performing or ordering such an act unknowingly performs or orders such an act and has no reasonable grounds to know, when acquiring the integrated circuit or the article incorporating such an integrated circuit, that it incorporated an unlawfully reproduced layout design. Provided however, where the person performing or ordering any act under this paragraph, is notified that such layout design is an unlawful reproduction, then such person may, perform or order any act only with respect to the stock in hand or ordered before he was so notified and shall be liable to pay to the right holder a sum equivalent to a reasonable royalty such as would be payable under a freely negotiated licence in respect of such layout design.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 42. Please state the term of protection granted by your legislation to topographies.
Ten years from the date of commencement of the protection.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne Additional question 17: Please advise where provisions in compliance with Article 35 through to 38 are to be found in Act 52 of 1979 and, if no such direct provisions are in operation in Sri Lanka, what steps (if any) are being implemented in Sri Lanka to bring about compliance with the TRIPS Agreement.
The Act No. 52 of 1979 does not contain any provision with regard to layout-designs of integrated circuits. A new law will be soon passed.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 43. Please explain whether or not your legislation grants a defined period of time for the protection of undisclosed information. If so, please give the time span.
No.
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IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 44. Please explain how your legislation defines "undisclosed information".
Information is considered undisclosed information if: (i) it is not, as a body or in the precise configuration and assembly of its components, generally known among, or readily accessible to, persons within the circles that normally deal with the kind of information in question; (ii) it has actual or potential commercial value because it is secret; and (iii) it has been subject to reasonable steps under the circumstances by the rightful holder to keep it secret. The undisclosed information includes (proposed law): (i) Technical information related to manufacture of goods or the provision of services or business information which includes internal information which an enterprise has developed so as to be used within the enterprise. (ii) Business information which includes the internal information which an enterprise has developed so as to be used within the enterprise.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 45. Please explain how your legislation defines data submitted to governments or governmental agencies.
(a) No such definition is given. (b) The proposed law provides: Any act or practice, in the course of industrial or commercial activities, shall be considered an act of unfair competition if it consists or results in- - an unfair commercial use of secret test or other data, the origination of which involves considerable effort and which have been submitted to a competent authority for the purposes of obtaining approval, of the marketing of pharmaceutical or agricultural or chemical products which utilise new chemical entities; or - the disclosure of such data, except where necessary to protect the public, or unless steps have been taken to ensure that the data is protected against unfair commercial use.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne Additional question 18: Please advise whether Act 52 of 1979, or any other provision of the law of Sri Lanka, contains provisions in compliance with Article 39 of the TRIPS Agreement.
The Act No. 52 of 1979 does not contain any provision with regard to the protection of undisclosed information but the proposed law will make necessary provisions (Section 142).
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 46. Please describe how your legislation provides for effective action against infringement of intellectual property rights.
(a) The current law provides for civil remedies including provisional measures, criminal sanctions and broader measures. (b) These provisions will be expanded and strengthened under the proposed law.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 47. Please explain whether or not your legislation provides for a mechanism to appeal to judicial bodies of final administrative decisions.
The appeals are available under Section 182.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 48. Please describe how your legislation authorizes judges to order production of evidence by the opposing party. Please give precise information on what measures are taken to ensure the protection of confidential information.
Under the law of civil procedure the Judges have authority in general to order production of evidence by opposing parties. The provisions of Section 179(4) of the proposed law makes special provisions with regard to intellectual property.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 49. Please quote provisions of your legislation that authorize judges to order a defendant to desist from an infringement.
Sections 23 and 179.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 50. Please quote what provisions of your legislation authorize judges to order the payment to the right holder of adequate damages to compensate the injury he suffered.
Sections 23 and 179 of the Code and Section 179 of the proposed law.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 51. Please quote what provisions of your legislation authorize judges to order the payment of the right holder's expenses by the infringer.
Civil Procedure Code and Sections 164 and 179 of the Code of Intellectual Property Act.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 52. Please explain if and how judges have the authority to order that infringing goods are placed outside channels of commerce or destroyed.
The judges are empowered to make appropriate orders under Section 163(3) and 179 of the Code and Section 179(3)(b) of the proposed law.
13/10/2003
IP/Q/LKA/1, IP/Q2/LKA/1, IP/Q3/LKA/1, IP/Q4/LKA/1 Sri Lanka Union européenne 53. Please quote what provisions of your legislation authorize judges to indemnify a defendant in the event of abuse by the plaintiff.
Section 179 of the Code and Civil Procedure Code.
13/10/2003

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