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Industrial Design

Date: Tuesday December, 19 2006 14:28

Industrial Design refers to the creations of forms, configurations or compositions of lines or colors, or lines and colors, or combinations thereof in the form of three dimensions or two dimensions, which give aesthetical impressions. Industrial Design can be manifested in three-dimension or two-dimension patterns and can be used for producing certain products, goods, industrial commodities or handicrafts. SCOPE OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN The law on Industrial Design, enacted December 2000, secures protection of new industrial designs.
  • Industrial Design is considered new if upon the date of receipt the industrial designs are not the same as previous disclosures.
  • Previous disclosures of Industrial Design are the disclosures of those before: - the date of receipt; or - the priority date in the event that the applications being submitted by priority rights; - the announcement of the use in Indonesia or outside Indonesia.
  • Industrial Design is considered to have already been announced if not later than 6 (six) months before the date of receipt, the industrial designs: - being already displayed in national or international exhibitions in Indonesia which are formal or recognized as formal exhibitions; - being already used in Indonesia by designers in the framework of trial assets for the educational, research or development purposes.
Industrial Design right cannot be granted if the industrial designs contravene laws in force, public orderliness, religion and morality. PERIOD OF PROTECTION Protection of protection of industrial design rights shall be granted for 10 (ten) years starting from the date of receipt. GENERAL INFORMATION FOR REGISTRATION
  1. Industrial design rights shall be granted based on application. Every application can only be submitted for one industrial design or several industrial designs that constitute a unit of industrial designs or have the same class. The application shall be submitted by writing in the Indonesian language to the Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights and is subjected to costs.
  2. The application shall contain:
    • the date, month and year of application;
    • names and full addresses and citizenship of designers;
    • name and full addresses and citizenship of applicants;
    • name and full addresses and citizenship of proxies, in the case of the applications being submitted through proxies;
    • names of countries and date of receipt of applications being submitted by priority rights.
  3. The application shall be accompanied by:
    • physical examples or pictures or photos and description of industrial designs whose registration is applied;
    • special power of attorney, in the case of the applications being submitted through proxies;
    • statements that industrial designs whose registration is applied belong to application or designers.
  4. The application must be signed by the applicant or his/her proxy. In the event that an application is submitted collectively by more than one applicant, the applications shall be signed by one of the applicants by accompanying written approval from the other applicants. In the case of applications being submitted by non-designers, the application shall be accompanied by statements completed with sufficient evidence that the applicants have rights to the relevant industrial designs.
  5. Applicants domiciled outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia shall submit applications through proxies. The applicants, therefore, shall declare and choose their legal domiciles in Indonesia.
Application by using priority rights shall be submitted not later than 6 (six) months as from the date of receipt of applications which are received for the first time in other countries being members of the Paris Convention or members of the Agreement establishing the World Trade Organization. The applications shall be accompanied by priority documents validated by offices executing the registration of industrial designs along with their translation copies in the Indonesian language not later than 3 (three) months as from the date when the period of submission of applications by priority rights ends. In addition, the Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights may also ask the applications by using priority rights to be accompanied by: a. complete copies of industrial designs already given in connection with the registration for the first time in other countries; and b. legitimate copies of other documents needed for facilitating the evaluation that the industrial designs are new. If the requirements are not fulfilled, the applications shall be considered to be submitted without using priority rights. Laws and Regulations Law No. 31/2000 concerning Industrial Design.
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