Intellectual Property Rights in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh has enacted various Intellectual Property Laws and has well-organized IP enforcement mechanisms to respect the value of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) in the country and limit the issues of IP Infringement. ✅ For more visit: https://bit.ly/2JnCSca

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a href"htps:/ /www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/business"Business vector created by freepik - www.freepik.com/a kashishiprkashishipr.com www.kashishipr.com BANGLADESH ashishipr gateway to IP protection in Indian Sub-Continent The Trademark Registraton Law of 2009 TRADEMARK Types of trademark registered CONVENTIONAL TRADEMARKS including word mark and device mark Editon of Nice Classificaton Accepted by the Trademark Office 9th Editon Inital Registraton Term 10 years from the Date of Registraton Oppositon Period 1 month from the Date of Publicaton of the Trademark in the Official Gazete Renewal Term Renewable every 10 years Grace Period for Trademark Renewal 3 months Non-cancellaton Period of a Trademark 3 years from the Date of Registraton NOTE - In Afghanistan there is no patent industrial design copyright and geographical indicaton grant available due to the absence of their corresponding laws. The Trade Marks Act of 2009 TRADEMARK Types of Trademark Registered CONVENTIONAL TRADEMARKS including word mark device mark series mark and certficaton mark. NON-CONVENTIONAL TRADEMARKS including color mark and shape mark. Editon of Nice Classificaton Accepted by the Trademark Office 10 th Editon Inital Registraton Term 7 years from the Date of Applicaton Oppositon Period 2 months from the Date of Publicaton of the Trademark in the Official Gazete Renewal Term Renewable every 10 years Grace Period for Trademark Renewal 6 months Non-Use Cancellaton Period of a Trademark 5 years from the Date of Registraton

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a href"htps:/ /www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/business"Business vector created by freepik - www.freepik.com/a kashishiprkashishipr.com www.kashishipr.com BANGLADESH PATENT Types of Patent Protecton Process Patent and Product Patent Types of Patent Applicatons Non-Conventon Applicaton Conventon Applicaton Term for Patent Protecton 16 years Time Frame for Examinaton from the Date of Applicaton 18 months approximately Time Frame for Publicaton from the Date of Acceptance Minimum 12 months Oppositon Period Oppositon at Pre-grant Stage – Within 2 months approximately The Patent and Design Rules 1933 as amended up to 15th June 1946 ashishipr gateway to IP protection in Indian Sub-Continent

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a href"htps:/ /www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/business"Business vector created by freepik - www.freepik.com/a kashishiprkashishipr.com www.kashishipr.com BANGLADESH INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Types of Industrial Design Applicatons Non-Conventon Applicaton Conventon Applicaton Registraton Term 15 years from the Date of Applicaton Effectve Date of Registraton The Priority Date Time Frame for Examinaton from the Date of Applicaton 6 months approximately Oppositon Period Not Applicable in Bangladesh Renewal Term First renewal due in the 5th year and subsequent renewal in every 10th year The Patent Design Rules 1933 as amended up to 15th June 1946 ashishipr gateway to IP protection in Indian Sub-Continent

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a href"htps:/ /www.freepik.com/free-photos-vectors/business"Business vector created by freepik - www.freepik.com/a kashishiprkashishipr.com www.kashishipr.com BANGLADESH ashishipr gateway to IP protection in Indian Sub-Continent GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION Inital Registraton Term 5 years Renewal Term 3 years Internatonal Copyright Agreements Berne Conventon for the Protecton of Literary and Artstc Works Universal Copyright Conventon Geneva Universal Copyright Conventon Paris Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Remedies Against Infringement The Geographical Indicaton of Goods Registraton and Protecton Act 2013 The Geographical Indicaton of Goods Registraton and Protecton Rules 2015 The Copyrights Act 2000 amended in 2005 COPYRIGHT Civil Remedies Criminal Remedies Administratve Remedies

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