GCC Trademark Law Comes into Force in Oman

30 Jul 2017

MUSCAT - Oman adopted the GCC Trademark Law that came into force in the country as of July 25, 2017.

The GCC Trademark Law, which was published in the Official Gazette No. 1204, comprises 52 articles, outlines the general directives and rulings governing trademark registration, renewal, assignment and cancellation procedures in the GCC countries.

Although the GCC Trademark Law has been adopted in Oman, the Implementing Regulations of the law and the related fees have not yet been released.

For further details and inquiries on the GCC Trademark Law, please contact AGIP office in Oman at: oman@agip.com  



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