Deadline for Renewal of Trademarks in Gambia Amended

27 Apr 2017

BANJUL - The Gambian Industrial Property Act entered into force on April 2, 2007. One of the amendments in the law was a 10 year renewal term, whereas the renewal term under the previous law was 14 years.

Under this Act, trademarks shall be due for renewal within 14 years from filing the application or 10 years from the enactment of the IP Act, whichever period expires first.
 
Registered and pending marks filed between April 3, 2003 and April 1, 2007 were due for renewal on April 2, 2017. 


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