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Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver
Home  /  Intellectual Property Lifecycle  /  Terminating an Intellectual Property Right
Terminating a Patent

The protection of a patent or of a Supplementary Protection Certificate for pharmaceutical products can be terminated before the expiry of the maximum protection period, either due to failure to timely pay the renewal fees or due to abandonment of the right, or due to annulment of the right by the Court.

Terminating a Trademark

The protection of a trademark can be terminated either due to its non-timely renewal or due to annulment of its registration by the Registrar of Companies or the Court.

Terminating an Industrial Design

The protection period of a registered industrial design or sample can be terminated before the expiry of the maximum protection period of 25 years, either upon the issue of relevant Court decision or due to failure to timely pay its predefined renewal fees.

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