Union for the International Registration of Marks (Madrid Union)
Union pour l'enregistrement international des marques (Union de Madrid)
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15 July 1892, on the entry into force of Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks, 1891, signed 14 Apr 1891, Madrid (Spain), and revised: 14 Dec 1900, Brussels (Belgium); 2 June 1911, Washington DC (USA); 6 Nov 1925, The Hague (Netherlands); 2 June 1934, London (UK); 15 June 1957, Nice (France); 14 July 1967, Stockholm (Sweden). Amended 1979. The Protocol to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks, adopted at Madrid on June 27, is open to States party to the Paris Convention and to intergovernmental organizations meeting certain criteria. It will enter into force after the deposit, with the Director General of WIPO, of four instruments of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, among which at least one must be the instrument of a country party to the Madrid Agreement and one the instrument of a State party to the Agreement or of an intergovernmental organization. A union administered by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Facilitate registration of marks in several countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Establishes a system for the international registration of marks at the International Bureau of WIPO with effect in the contracting States.
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Members in 131 countries
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