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Requirements for Filing Trademark Applications

1. A simply signed Power of Attorney.

2. Applicant's name and Address.

2. Ten prints of the trademark, (not needed for word marks).

4. The list of the goods/services and the classes pertaining thereto.

5. Priority documents (if claimed).

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  1. A simply signed power of attorney.

  2. A copy of the specification, claims and abstract of the invention in Czech.

  3. Drawings, if any.

  4. A priority document along with its translation into the English, French or German language.

  5. An assignment declaration simply signed by the inventor if the applicant is different from the inventor.

  6. An assignment of priority rights, if any.

  7. Name and address of the applicant.

  8. Name and address of the inventor.

  9. A document showing the right to the patent, if the applicant is not the inventor. It can be filed after the filing date.
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An application for the registration of an industrial design may relate to one external appearance of a product (a simple design application), or to a number of external appearances of products included in one class of the international classification of designs (a collective design application). The requirements are as follows:

  1. Applicant’s name and address.
  2. Creator’s name and address.
  3. Power of attorney signed by the applicant (no legalization or certification is necessary).
  4. Six sets of drawings or photographs of the design. If colored figures are filed, then the protection is restricted only to the filed color. Therefore, black and white drawings or photographs are recommended since the scope of protection is larger. Dotted lines are not allowed since the whole product must be clearly shown.
  5. A determination of the product must be filed.
  6. If applicant is not the creator, a deed of assignment signed by ... More details

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  1. Applicant’s name and address.
  2. Creator’s name and address.
  3. Power of attorney signed by the applicant (no legalization or certification is necessary). 
  4. Description, claims and drawings.
  5. If the applicant is not the creator, a deed of assignment signed by the creator must be filed.
  6. Priority must be claimed upon filing (if any), indicating date and country of the application based on which right of priority is being claimed.
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AGIP Building No. 26, Prince Shaker bin Zaid Street, Shmeisani, Amman

  • P.O.Box 921100, Amman 11192, Jordan
  • Telephone: (00 962-6) 5 100 900
  • Fax: (00 962-6) 5 100 901
  • Email: europe@agip.com
  • Contact: Suzan Jamjoum (Ms)