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Regulations as made
These regulations amend the Designs Regulations 2004, Olympic Insignia Protection Regulations 1993, Patents Regulations 1991, Plant Breeder’s Rights Regulations 1994, and Trade Marks Regulations 1995 to implement changes in fees arising from the fee review conducted by IP Australia. They also make minor technical amendments to correct errors, repeal spent transitional provisions, improve readability, and to update and simplify references to international instruments.
Administered by: Industry, Science, Energy and Resources
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 22B, Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 45AA, Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 48A, Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 50A, Legislation (Exemptions and Other Matters) Regulation 2015 s12 item 63A
Registered 07 Aug 2020
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR24-Aug-2020
Tabled Senate24-Aug-2020
To be repealed 01 Dec 2020
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003

Commonwealth Coat of Arms of Australia

 

Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020

I, General the Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd), Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulations.

Dated 06 August 2020

David Hurley

Governor-General

By His Excellency’s Command

Karen Andrews

Minister for Industry, Science and Technology

 

 

 

  

  


Contents

1............ Name............................................................................................................................. 1

2............ Commencement............................................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Schedules...................................................................................................................... 1

Schedule 1—Amendments                                                                                                                          2

Part 1—Main amendments                                                                                                                   2

Designs Regulations 2004                                                                                                                   2

Olympic Insignia Protection Regulations 1993                                                                              3

Patents Regulations 1991                                                                                                                    4

Plant Breeder’s Rights Regulations 1994                                                                                         8

Trade Marks Regulations 1995                                                                                                         10

Part 2—Amendments substituting references to Common Regulations with references to Madrid Regulations                                                                                                                               16

Trade Marks Regulations 1995                                                                                                         16

 


1  Name

                   This instrument is the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020.

2  Commencement

             (1)  Each provision of this instrument specified in column 1 of the table commences, or is taken to have commenced, in accordance with column 2 of the table. Any other statement in column 2 has effect according to its terms.

 

Commencement information

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Provisions

Commencement

Date/Details

1.  The whole of this instrument

1 October 2020.

1 October 2020

Note:          This table relates only to the provisions of this instrument as originally made. It will not be amended to deal with any later amendments of this instrument.

             (2)  Any information in column 3 of the table is not part of this instrument. Information may be inserted in this column, or information in it may be edited, in any published version of this instrument.

3  Authority

                   This instrument is made under the following:

                     (a)  the Designs Act 2003;

                     (b)  the Olympic Insignia Protection Act 1987;

                     (c)  the Patents Act 1990;

                     (d)  the Plant Breeder’s Rights Act 1994;

                     (e)  the Trade Marks Act 1995.

4  Schedules

                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

Schedule 1Amendments

Part 1Main amendments

Designs Regulations 2004

1  Subregulation 1.04(1)

Insert:

expedited dispatch means a means of supplying documents that can reasonably be expected usually to be faster than ordinary post.

2  After regulation 11.09

Insert:

11.09A  Failure to pay—fees for requesting expedited dispatch

             (1)  This regulation applies if a request for the supply of documents is filed as mentioned in item 13 or 14 of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 4.

             (2)  The Registrar must not supply the documents by means of expedited dispatch unless:

                     (a)  a request that the supply be by means of expedited dispatch is filed; and

                     (b)  the fee mentioned in item 15 of that table for filing the request for expedited dispatch is paid.

3  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (table item 1)

Repeal the item, substitute:

 

1

Filing a design application:

(a) in respect of one design as mentioned in paragraph 22(1)(a) or (b) of the Act:

 

 

(i) by preferred means;

$250

 

(ii) by another means;

$450

 

(b) in respect of more than one design as mentioned in paragraph 22(1)(c) or (d) of the Act:

 

 

(i) by preferred means;

The sum of:

(a) $250; and

(b) $200 for each design, other than the first one, identified by the applicant as being a separate design disclosed in the application

 

(ii) by another means

The sum of:

(a) $450; and

(b) $400 for each design, other than the first one, identified by the applicant as being a separate design disclosed in the application

4  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (table item 2, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$350”, substitute “$450”.

5  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (table item 5, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$320”, substitute “$400”.

6  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (table item 5, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$370”, substitute “$450”.

7  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (table item 6)

Repeal the item.

8  Clause 1 of Schedule 4 (at the end of the table)

Add:

 

15

If a request for the supply of documents is filed as mentioned in item 13 or 14—filing a request that the supply be by means of expedited dispatch

$20 for each request for the supply of documents

Olympic Insignia Protection Regulations 1993

9  Regulation 2 (definition of Designs Regulations)

Repeal the definition.

10  Regulations 3 to 5

Repeal the regulations, substitute:

3  Fees

                   For the purposes of the provision of the Act mentioned in column 1 of an item of the following table, the fee mentioned in column 2 of the item is prescribed:

 

Fees

 

Item

Column 1

Provision of the Act

Column 2

Fee

1

Paragraph 10(2)(b) (application to register design)

$450

2

Paragraph 11(2)(b) (application for extension of protection period)

$450

5  Times for inspection of Register of Olympic Designs

                   For the purposes of section 12 of the Act, the prescribed times for the Register of Olympic Designs to be open to the inspection of the public are the times prescribed, from time to time, for the purposes of subsection 113(1) of the Designs Act 2003 for the Register of Designs to be available for inspection.

Patents Regulations 1991

11  Subregulation 1.3(1)

Insert:

expedited dispatch means a means of supplying documents that can reasonably be expected usually to be faster than ordinary post.

12  Subregulation 1.3(7)

Omit “rule 80.2 of the Regulations under the Patent Cooperation Treaty set out in Schedule 2A”, substitute, “Rule 80.2 of the PCT”.

13  Paragraphs 3.2AB(1)(a) and (b)

Omit “rule”, substitute “Rule”.

14  Subregulation 22.2(5)

Repeal the subregulation.

15  Subregulation 22.2H(1)

Omit “221,”.

16  Subregulations 22.2H(2) and (4)

Omit “or application”.

17  After regulation 22.2H

Insert:

22.2HA  Failure to pay: fees for requesting expedited dispatch

             (1)  This regulation applies if a request is made for the supply of documents as mentioned in item 233 or 234 of the table in clause 2 of Schedule 7.

             (2)  The Commissioner must not supply the documents by means of expedited dispatch unless:

                     (b)  a request is made that the supply be by means of expedited dispatch; and

                     (b)  the fee mentioned in item 235 of that table for the request for expedited dispatch is paid.

18  In the appropriate position in Chapter 23

Insert:

Part 7Amendments made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020

  

23.52  Application of amendments

             (1)  The amendment of item 213 of the table in clause 2 of Schedule 7 made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020 applies in relation to acceptance of a patent request and complete specification if the acceptance occurs on or after 1 October 2020.

             (2)  The amendment of item 222A of the table in clause 2 of Schedule 7 made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020 applies in relation to a grant of leave if the leave is requested on or after 1 October 2020.

19  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 104, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “300”, substitute “350”.

20  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 105, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “350”, substitute “400”.

21  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 106, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “550”, substitute “600”.

22  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 107, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “250”, substitute “300”.

23  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 108, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “300”, substitute “350”.

24  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 109, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “350”, substitute “400”.

25  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 110, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “550”, substitute “600”.

26  Clause 1 of Schedule 7 (table item 111, column headed “Fee ($)”)

Omit “250”, substitute “300”.

27  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 202, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$280”, substitute “$380”.

28  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 203, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$470”, substitute “$570”.

29  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 211)

Repeal the item, substitute:

 

211

Continuation fee under paragraph 142(2)(d) of the Act, or renewal fee under paragraph 143(a) of the Act, for:

 

 

(a) the fourth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$300

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$350

 

(b) the fifth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$315

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$365

 

(c) the sixth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$335

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$385

 

(d) the seventh anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$360

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$410

 

(e) the eighth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$390

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$440

 

(f) the ninth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$425

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$475

 

(g) the tenth anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$490

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$540

 

(h) the 11th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$585

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$635

 

(i) the 12th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$710

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$760

 

(j) the 13th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$865

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$915

 

(k) the 14th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$1,050

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$1,100

 

(l) the 15th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$1,280

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$1,330

 

(m) the 16th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$1,555

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$1,605

 

(n) the 17th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$1,875

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$1,925

 

(o) the 18th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$2,240

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$2,290

 

(p) the 19th anniversary:

 

 

(i) fee paid by preferred means;

$2,650

 

(ii) fee paid by another means;

$2,700

 

(q) if an extension of the term of a standard patent is granted under section 76 of the Act:

 

 

(i) the 20th anniversary, fee paid by preferred means;

$4,000

 

(ii) the 20th anniversary, fee paid by another means;

$4,050

 

(iii) the 21st anniversary, fee paid by preferred means;

$5,000

 

(iv) the 21st anniversary, fee paid by another means;

$5,050

 

(v) the 22nd anniversary, fee paid by preferred means;

$6,000

 

(vi) the 22nd anniversary, fee paid by another means;

$6,050

 

(vii) the 23rd anniversary, fee paid by preferred means;

$7,000

 

(viii) the 23rd anniversary, fee paid by another means;

$7,050

 

(ix) the 24th anniversary, fee paid by preferred means;

$8,000

 

(x) the 24th anniversary, fee paid by another means

$8,050

 

and, in addition, if the fee is not paid on or before the anniversary but is paid within 6 months after the anniversary

$100 for each month, or part of a month, in the period between the anniversary and the day when the fee is paid

30  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 213)

Repeal the item, substitute:

 

213

Acceptance of a patent request and complete specification under section 49 of the Act:

 

 

(a) if the specification does not contain more than 20 claims at acceptance;

$250

 

(b) if the specification contains more than 20 claims at acceptance

The sum of:

(a) $250; and

(b) $125 for each claim in excess of 20, up to and including the 30th claim; and

(c) $250 for each claim in excess of 30 (if any)

31  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 214A, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$470”, substitute “$570”.

32  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 222A, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$110”, substitute “$250”.

33  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (after table item 234)

Insert:

 

235

If a request is made for the supply of documents as mentioned in item 233 or 234—requesting that the supply be by means of expedited dispatch

$20 for each request for the supply of documents

34  Clause 2 of Schedule 7 (table item 236A, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$2,200”, substitute “$950”.

35  Clause 4 of Schedule 7 (table item 403, paragraph (a))

Repeal the paragraph.

Plant Breeder’s Rights Regulations 1994

36  Before regulation 1

Insert:

Part 1Preliminary

  

37  Subregulation 3(1)

Insert:

expedited dispatch means a means of supplying copies or documents that can reasonably be expected usually to be faster than ordinary post.

38  Before regulation 3A

Insert:

Part 2Application for plant breeder’s right

  

39  Before regulation 3B

Insert:

Part 3Administration

  

40  Before regulation 3DA

Insert:

Part 4Miscellaneous

Division 1General provisions

41  Regulation 4

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

Division 2Fees

4  Schedule 1

                   Schedule 1 has effect.

Note:          Schedule 1 prescribes fees, as mentioned in subsection 80(2) of the Act.

4AA  Failure to pay: fees for requesting expedited dispatch

             (1)  This regulation applies if a request is made for a copy, or for the supply of documents, as mentioned in item 8, 12 or 12A of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 1.

             (2)  The Registrar must not supply the copy or documents by means of expedited dispatch unless:

                     (a)  a request is made that the copy or document be supplied by means of expedited dispatch; and

                     (b)  the fee mentioned in item 13 of that table for the request for expedited dispatch is paid.

42  Regulation 4A

Omit “specified in”, substitute “prescribed by”.

43  Before regulation 6

Insert:

Part 5Application, transitional and saving provisions

  

44  Clause 1 of Schedule 1

Omit “sets outs”, substitute “prescribes”.

45  Clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table items 1A and 1B, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$50”, substitute “$240”.

46  Clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table item 4, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$445”, substitute “$545”.

47  Clause 1 of Schedule 1 (after table item 12A)

Insert:

 

13

If a request is made for a copy, or for the supply of documents, as mentioned in item 8, 12 or 12A—on making a request that the copy or documents be supplied by means of expedited dispatch

$20 for each request for a copy, or for supply of documents

48  Clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table item 15, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$345”, substitute “$400”.

49  Clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table item 15, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$395”, substitute “$450”.

Trade Marks Regulations 1995

50  Regulation 2.1

Insert:

expedited dispatch means a means of supplying documents that can reasonably be expected usually to be faster than ordinary post.

information system has the same meaning as in the Electronic Transactions Act 1999.

Madrid Regulations has the meaning given by regulation 17A.2.

official goods and services pick list: goods or services are specified, in an application to register a trade mark in respect of the goods or services, by using the official goods and services pick list if:

                     (a)  the application is filed by means of a digital information system that is:

                              (i)  made available by IP Australia; and

                             (ii)  a preferred means of filing the application; and

                     (b)  the applicant specifies the goods or services in the application by selecting the goods or services from a pre-populated list of goods or services that is made available by the digital information system for that purpose.

51  Paragraph 3A.5(1)(b)

Omit “for that Part”, substitute “by item 35 of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 9”.

52  Regulation 5.2 (definition of notice of intention to oppose)

Repeal the definition.

53  Regulation 5.2 (definition of notice of opposition)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

notice of opposition means a notice of opposition under section 52 of the Act.

54  Regulation 5.5

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

5.5  Components of notice of opposition

             (1)  The components of a notice of opposition are:

                     (a)  a notice of intention to oppose; and

                     (b)  a statement of grounds and particulars.

             (2)  A notice of opposition is taken to be filed when both of its components have been filed.

55  Regulation 8.3

Omit “the grounds mentioned in subregulation 5.18(1)”, substitute “any of the grounds mentioned in regulation 4.15A”.

56  Regulation 9.2 (definition of notice of intention to oppose)

Repeal the definition.

57  Regulation 9.2 (definition of notice of opposition)

Repeal the definition, substitute:

notice of opposition means a notice of opposition under section 96 of the Act.

58  Regulation 9.7

Repeal the regulation, substitute:

9.7  Components of notice of opposition

             (1)  The components of a notice of opposition are:

                     (a)  a notice of intention to oppose; and

                     (b)  a statement of grounds and particulars.

             (2)  A notice of opposition is taken to be filed when both of its components have been filed.

59  Regulation 17A.2 (definition of Common Regulations)

Repeal the definition.

60  Regulation 17A.2

Insert:

Madrid Regulations means the Regulations under the Madrid Protocol, as the Regulations are in force for Australia on 1 October 2020.

Note 1:       The Regulations could in 2020 be viewed on the World Intellectual Property Organization website (http://wipo.int/).

Note 2:       For Madrid Protocol, see regulation 2.1 of these Regulations.

61  Subregulations 21.21(8) and (9)

Repeal the subregulations.

62  In the appropriate position in Part 22

Insert:

Division 5Amendments made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020

22.25  Amendments made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020

                   The amendments of items 14 to 20 of the table in clause 1 of Schedule 9 to these Regulations made by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Fee Amounts and Other Measures) Regulations 2020 apply in relation to a hearing if:

                     (a)  the request for the hearing is made on or after 1 October 2020; or

                     (b)  if no request is made for the hearing—the Registrar notifies a person under subregulation 21.16(1) or (2) in relation to the hearing on or after 1 October 2020.

63  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table items 1 and 3)

Repeal the items, substitute:

 

1

Filing an application to register a trade mark under subsection 27(5) or 45(1) of the Act in respect of goods or services in one or more of the classes provided for by subregulation 3.1(1) (not including submission of an AFS request as an application as mentioned in paragraph 3A.5(1)(b) of these Regulations):

 

 

(a) by preferred means:

 

 

(i) if the goods or services are specified in the application by using the official goods and services pick list;

$250 for each class

 

(ii) otherwise;

$400 for each class

 

(b) by another means

$450 for each class

2

Filing an application to register 2 or more trademarks, in respect of goods or services in one or more of the classes provided for by subregulation 3.1(1), as a series under section 51 of the Act:

 

 

(a) by preferred means:

 

 

(i) if the goods or services are specified in the application by using the official goods and services pick list;

$400 for each class

 

(ii) otherwise;

$550 for each class

 

(b) by another means

$600 for each class

64  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 4, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$500”, substitute “$600”.

65  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 4, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$350”, substitute “$450”.

66  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table items 7 and 8)

Repeal the items, substitute:

 

7

Filing a notice of intention to oppose the registration of a trademark, as mentioned in regulation 5.6

$250

8

Filing a notice of opposition to the granting of a request for the amendment of an application for registration of a trademark, as mentioned in regulation 6.6

$250

9

Filing a notice of opposition to the granting of a request for an amendment in relation to a registered trade mark, as mentioned in regulation 8.4

$250

9A

Filing a notice of intention to oppose an extension of protection in Australia to a trade mark that is the subject of an IRDA, as mentioned in regulation 17A.33

$250

9B

Filing a notice of opposition to an extension of time for more than 3 months, as mentioned in regulation 21.20B

$250

67  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table items 11 and 12)

Repeal the items, substitute:

 

11

Each potential renewal period requested by a person under section 80D of the Act in respect of goods or services in one or more of the prescribed classes:

 

 

(a) fee paid by preferred means;

$400 for each class

 

(b) fee paid by another means

$450 for each class

12

Each potential renewal period requested by a person under paragraph 80G(1)(b) of the Act in respect of goods and services in one or more of the prescribed classes:

 

 

(a) fee paid by preferred means;

$400 for each class

 

(b) fee paid by another means;

$450 for each class

 

and, in addition, if the request for renewal is made within 10 months after the end of the prescribed period, regardless of the number of potential renewal periods requested

$100 for each month, or part of a month, after the end of the prescribed period

68  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table items 14 to 20)

Repeal the items, substitute:

 

14

Filing a request for a hearing

$400

15

Being heard by the Registrar:

 

 

(a) if the hearing is in person;

The sum of:

(a) $800, less any amount paid under item 14 in relation to the hearing; and

(b) $800 for each day, or part of a day, (if any) of the hearing other than the first day

 

(b) if the hearing is not in person, but is by some means other than written submissions;

The sum of:

(a) $600, less any amount paid under item 14 in relation to the hearing; and

(b) $600 for each day, or part of a day, (if any) of the hearing other than the first day

 

(c) if the hearing is by means of written submissions only

$400, less any amount paid under item 14 in relation to the hearing

16

The Registrar making a decision in proceedings before the Registrar, if no party to the proceedings has:

(a) filed a request for a hearing; or

(b) been heard by the Registrar

$400

69  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (after table item 22)

Insert:

 

23

If a request is made for documents as mentioned in item 21 or 22—request that the documents be supplied by means of expedited dispatch

$20 for each request for documents

70  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 28, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$200”, substitute “$250”.

71  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 29, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$350”, substitute “$400”.

72  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 30, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$550”, substitute “$600”.

73  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 31, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$250”, substitute “$300”.

74  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table items 32 to 34)

Repeal the items, substitute:

 

32

Submitting an AFS request under regulation 3A.3

Note:          After:

(a)    an AFS request has been submitted under regulation 3A.3 and the fee specified in this item has been paid; and

(b)    the AFS request has been assessed under regulation 3A.4;

                   the AFS request may be submitted under paragraph 3A.5(1)(b) as an application for registration under Part 4 of the Act, by payment of the fee specified in item 35 of this table.

$200 for each class of goods or services to which the AFS request relates

33

Amending an AFS request under subregulation 3A.3(5) for the purpose of adding one or more classes of goods or services

$200 for each additional class

34

Amending an AFS request under regulation 3A.5:

 

 

(a) if the amendment is for the purpose of adding one or more classes of goods or services and paragraph (c) does not apply;

$200 for each additional class

 

(b) if the amendment is to significantly change the graphical representation of the trade mark and paragraph (c) does not apply;

$150 for each class of goods or services to which the AFS request relates

 

(c) if the amendment is both:

(i) for the purpose of adding one or more classes of goods or services; and

(ii) to significantly change the graphical representation of the trade mark

The sum of

(a) $200 for each additional class; and

(b) $150 for each class of goods or services to which the AFS request relates, other than the additional classes

35

Submitting, as mentioned in paragraph 3A.5(1)(b), an AFS request as an application for registration of a trade mark in respect of goods or services in one or more of the classes provided for by subregulation 3.1(1)

$130 for each class

75  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 36, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$300”, substitute “$350”.

76  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 37, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$350”, substitute “$400”.

77  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 38, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$550”, substitute “$600”.

78  Clause 1 of Schedule 9 (table item 39, column headed “Fee”)

Omit “$250”, substitute “$300”.

Part 2Amendments substituting references to Common Regulations with references to Madrid Regulations

Trade Marks Regulations 1995

79  Amendments of listed provisions—Madrid Regulations

 

References to Common Regulations to be substituted with references to Madrid Regulations

 

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Omit

Column 3

Substitute

1

Regulation 17A.2 (definition of Contracting Party of the holder)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

2

Subregulation 17A.6(3)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

3

Subregulation 17A.8(2) (note)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

4

Regulation 17A.14A (note)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

5

Subregulation 17A.15(2) (note)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

6

Subregulation 17A.16(1)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

7

Paragraph 17A.25(2)(a)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

8

Subregulation 17A.32(2)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

9

Subregulations 17A.35B(2) and (3)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

10

Paragraph 17A.35B(5)(b)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

11

Subregulations 17A.41A(2) and (3)

Common Regulations

Madrid Regulations

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Paragraph 17A.41A(5)(b)

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Paragraph 17A.50(3)(c)

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Paragraph 17A.54(5)(b)

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Regulation 17A.57

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Subregulation 17A.58(1)

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Subregulation 17A.58A(1)

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Paragraph 17A.59(1)(a)

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Paragraphs 17A.66(2)(e) and (3)(f)

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Subregulation 17A.69(3)

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