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Geneva Act of the Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs

The Geneva Act is one of the agreements under the Hague System, setting out the necessary provisions for international application and international registration of industrial designs and their protection, guaranteeing protection at a minimum of five years with the possibility of renewal of two such periods.

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Document type: EU IP Law
Categories: Designs
Tags: Industrial Design
Making body: Contracting Parties
Law Type: International Agreement
Effective Start Date: 23 Dec 2003
Access available: Freely available
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