Vienna Agreement Ip
– German Democratic Republic, 29 November 1973; Belgium and Monaco, December 10, 1973; Brazil, December 11, 1973; Sweden, 19 December 1973; Austria, 27 December 1973; Romania, December 31, 1973. . In accordance with Article 12, paragraph 1, the agreement is subject to ratification by the aforementioned signatory states. It is in place in all the contracting states of the Paris Convention on the Protection of Industrial Property on Land. Text in effect on 01-01-2020. The text can be checked overheid.nl. Article titles have been added for convenience, but are missing from the official IP-PorTal text. . Article 2 – Definition and filing of image classification Reference files for the creation of the online version of the Viennese classification are available for download.
– Denmark, France, Germany (Federal Republic of Germany), Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, San Marino, Switzerland, Yugoslavia, 12 June 1973; The Viennese Agreement created a Union that has an assembly. Every MEMBER state of the Union is a member of the Assembly. One of the Assembly`s most important tasks is the adoption of the biennial programme and the EU budget. The Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) congratulates the Minister of Foreign Affairs and has the honour of notifying the Albanian government of the application on 16 October 2018 in Vienna of the instrument for adhering to the international classification of sensory elements. , 1973, in the version. All the states that are parties to the Viennese Convention are members of the Assembly of the Union of the Union. The Assembly meets in regular sittings every two years. The Assembly deals with all issues relating to the maintenance and development of the Union and the implementation of the Viennese Agreement.
When submitting their signatures, the plenipotentiaries of certain governments made the following statements: The competent services of the contracting states must indicate, in the official documents and in each publication, the numbers of the categories, departments and sections of the classification, including the image elements of these marks. The Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) congratulates the Minister of Foreign Affairs and, article 17, paragraph 5, point (i) of the Vienna Convention establishing an international classification of visual symbols, concluded in Vienna on 12 June 1973, with the honour of informing it only after the expiry of the prescribed period (i.e. 31 December 1973 , the following States had signed the agreement The agreement also established a committee of experts in which all MEMBERS of the Union are represented.