New Patent Regulation Comes into Force in Jordan

28 Feb 2019

AMMAN – His Majesty King Abdullah II issued a Royal Decree approving the regulation No. 5 of 2019 amending the patent regulation in Jordan.

The new regulation brings a number of changes pertaining to applications for inventions from filing to prosecution and grant in Jordan. The key amendment introduced in the regulation stipulates the possibility to review the patent files by third party, which is in compliance with the recent Patent Law amendments.

Furthermore, the new regulation sets out the fees for filing international patent applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).

The new regulation was published in the Official Gazette and entered into force as of the date of its publication.

Should you have any questions concerning the updates of the patent legislation in Jordan, please contact our office in Jordan at: jordan@agip.com 




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