Consultation outcome

Rules governing appeals relating to design decisions of the IPO

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Response: Rules governing appeals to the Appointed Person against design decisions of the Intellectual Property Office

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Detail of outcome

This document sets out the government response to the consultation on the procedures, draft rules and forms for appealing against designs decisions made by the Intellectual Property Office.

It takes account of submissions made as part of the consultation process and where appropriate incorporates suggestions made.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeking comments on draft rules governing how to appeal to the Appointed Person against design decisions of the IPO.

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Consultation description

The consultation seeks views on how the process will work when appealing to the Appointed Person against registered and unregistered designs decisions of the IPO. Comments are requested on the draft rules governing the process, and the associated forms.

Documents

Rules governing appeals to the Appointed Person against design decisions of the Intellectual Property Office

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Published 19 November 2014
Last updated 10 February 2015 + show all updates
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