Change in the Required Documents for Filing Trademark Applications in Libya

16 Dec 2009

    TRIPOLI - Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) would like to notify its clients that the Libyan Trademark Office announced that starting January 1, 2010, a certified copy of home (country of origin) or foreign registration certificate of the trademark is required upon filing the application in Libya.

The required documents for filing trademark applications in Libya are:

- Power of Attorney of the applicant duly legalized by the Libyan consulate in the applicant’s home country.
- Commercial Extract of the applicant’s company or Certificate of Incorporation duly legalized by the Libyan consulate in the applicant’s home country.
- Certified copy of the home or foreign registration certificate of the trademark.
- 15 prints of the trademark.
- Certified copy of the priority document if the priority is to be claimed.

 



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