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it is property rights for the protection of literary, artistic and audiovisual works
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it is a document, issued by a government office under certain conditions to protect of property rights for an invention or design in the concrete territory and within predetermined time limit

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it is new idea, technical achievement, which permits in practice the solution of a concrete problem in the field of technology and comply with requirements of patentability

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  September 2, 2008

 The Patent Law of Uzbekistan was amendment


The Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on modification and additions in the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan «On inventions, utility models and industrial designs» has been adopted. The law provides such essential amendments, as introduction of system of postponed examination of inventions, publication of patent application and also opportunity of renewal of the patent for the invention, utility model, industrial design.

According the system of postponed examination a Demand for patent substantive examination may be filed within 3 years from date of filing of application.

Such accepted changes and additions of the Patent legislation will allow more flexible conditions for development of business in Uzbekistan.


  January 3, 2007

 Uzbekistan decided to go out from the Madrid Agreement concerning the International Registration of Marks

Denunciation by the Republic of Uzbekistan

On July 18, 2006 the Government of Uzbekistan adopted Law: "About denunciation of Madrid Agreement".


The appropriate document is accepted by WIPO in January 3, 2007. And, according Madrid Rules,  Uzbekistan from January 01, 2008 will be excluded from Madrid Agreement.

It means that after 01.01.2008 the applicants will be allowed to file their trademark applications into Uzbekistan only via Madrid Protocol or Direct National filing.



  December 27, 2006

Uzbekistan adjoin to the Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks


On July 18, 2006 the Government of Uzbekistan adopted Law: "About ratification of Madrid Protocol".


The appropriate document (instrument of accession) was accepted by WIPO in September 27, 2006. And according Madrid Rules from December 27, 2006 Uzbekistan is become a new member of Madrid Protocol  Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks, adopted at Madrid on June 27, 1989 ("Madrid Protocol (1989)").

Also the said instrument was accompanied by the following declarations:

- the declaration that, in accordance with Article 5(2)(d) of the Madrid Protocol (1989), under Article 5(2)(b) of the said Protocol, the time limit of one year to exercise the right to notify a refusal of protection referred to in Article 5(2)(a) thereof is replaced by 18 months;

-the declaration that, in accordance with Article 8(7)(a) of the Madrid Protocol (1989), the Republic of Uzbekistan, in connection with each international registration in which it is mentioned under Article 3ter of the said Protocol, and in connection with the renewal of any such international registration, wants to receive, instead of a share in the revenue produced by the supplementary and complementary fees, an individual fee.

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