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The Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (DRCOR) is the competent authority in Cyprus for keeping the register of Patents, Trade Marks and Industrial Designs. As Cyprus is a signatory of both the European Patent Convention (EPC) and the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), the DRCOR acts as a receiving office of European and International applications. National patents are granted according to the Cyprus Patent Legislation....
Intellectual Property Rights Intellectual property covers two basic areas: industrial property (inventions, patents, plants’ varieties, models and industrial designs, trademarks and brands, topographies of integrated circuits) and copyright(literary, dramatic and musical works, choreographic works, audiovisual works, painting works, sculpture and graphic works, urban architecture and garden design, applied art works, photographic works, maps,...
World Intelectual Property Organization (WIPO) maintains a detailed list of all relevant laws, implementing rules and regulations and treaty memberships and approvals, regarding IPR in Serbia. National Copyright Office is Intellectual Property Office of the Republic of Serbia, Sector for Copyright and Related Rights and International Cooperation (phone: +381 11 202 5936). Same organization is in charge for dealing with industrial property...
One should start by firstly knowing the meaning of intellectual property rights (IPR) in order to be able to properly understand his or her rights in terms of trademarks, design, patents and copy rights. Intellectual property which is an intangible asset refers to the creations of the human minds for which exclusive rights are recognised. In this respect, innovators, artistes and business owners are granted certain exclusive rights to a variety...
The intellectual property regarded from the perspective of its two components - industrial property on the one hand, and copyright and related rights on the other hand - is one of the basic mechanisms of economic, social and cultural development of the nation. In this context, it may be considered that protection of intellectual property rights has a great importance; its essence, purpose and...
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