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Territorial sphere: See lists of countriesAn International Design has effects in the countries which are members of the corresponding Act of the Hague Convention which have been designated in the application.
There are different Acts
London Act of 1934 (countries) in which registration is made for a set of countries with no specific designation and for a number of up to 100 designs. Spain belongs to this Act.
The Hague Act of 1960 (countries) in which the registration is made specifically designating each of the member countries of interest. Spain does not belong to this act.
Acta de Ginebra de 1999 en la que el registro se realiza designando específicamente también cada uno de los países miembros objeto de interés. A esta sí pertence España.
The registration of an International Design does not grant protection in the applicant’s country of origin.
The duration of an International Design is five years, with possible renewal for a second ten-year period.
PROCEDUREThe registration of an International Design undergoes the following process:
REQUISITESThe requisites for registration of an International Design are as follows: