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The registration of a trade mark is for a period of ten years from the filing date of the application for registration. 

The registration of a trade mark may be renewed for consecutive periods of ten years upon payment of the fee prescribed for renewal. 

A grace period of six months is allowed for the late payment of the renewal fee upon payment of the prescribed surcharge.

Repeal and Savings:

(1) The Trade Marks Act, 1965 (Act 270) is hereby repealed. 

(2) The Merchandise Marks Act, 1964 (Act 253) is hereby repealed. 

(3) Notwithstanding the repeal of Act 270, a mark registered under Part A and B of the register under that Act shall remain in force subject to section 3 and shall be deemed to have been registered under this Act. 

(4) Marks registered under Act 270 shall be due for renewal for a period of fourteen years from the date of expiration of the original registration or of the ... More details


1. A simply signed power of attorney.

2. Specifications, claims and abstract in English.

3. Drawings, if any.

4. If priority is claimed, indication of the country, date and file number of basic foreign application.

Note: Please refer to the Office for obtaining the Power of Attorney.

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It is not possible to file a design application in Ghana, due to the delay in the issuance of the regulations.

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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: africa@agip.com
  • Contact: Hanan Elayyan (Miss)

Weekend Days

    Friday & Saturday

    Office Working Hours
    From: 7:30 AM
    To: 5:30 PM