Madrid Protocol Individual Fees

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Individual Fees under the Madrid Protocol Madrid Protocol Individual Fees

Madrid Protocol Individual Fees
(in Swiss francs – Status on January 1, 2017)

The following fees are payable in place of complementary fees when the Contracting Parties mentioned below are designated under the Protocol (see Schedule of Fees under the Regulations, items 2.4, 3.4, 5.3 and 6.4):

1. Designations made in the international application or subsequent to the international registration

 

African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) 639

131

for three classes

for each additional class

Armenia 221

22

for one class

for each additional class

Australia 263 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 1710 for one class
where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
2105 for one class
Belarus 600

50

for three classes

for each additional class

Benelux 167

17

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
238

17

for three classes

for each additional class

Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 195

20

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
279

20

for three classes

for each additional class

Bulgaria 327

21

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
595

54

for three classes

for each additional class

China 249

125

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
747

374

for one class

for each additional class

Colombia 281

140

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
374

187

for one class

for each additional class

Cuba First Part:
274
91
or three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
320

91

for three classes

for each additional class

Second Part:
82 independent of the number of classes
where the mark is a collective mark:
82 independent of the number of classes
Curaçao 336

35

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
667

68

for three classes

for each additional class

Denmark 330

84

for three classes

for each additional class

Estonia 151

47

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
203

47

for one class

for each additional class

European Union 897

55

164

for the first class of goods or services

for the second class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective or certification mark:
1531

55

164

for the first class of goods or services

for the second class

for each additional class

Finland 225

84

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
304

84

for one class

for each additional class

Gambia 97 for each class of goods or services
Georgia 314

115

for one class

for each additional class

Ghana 379 for each class of goods or services
Greece 115

21

for one class

for each additional class until the tenth class

where the mark is a collective mark:
577

105

for one class

for each additional class until the tenth class

Iceland 270

58

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
270

58

for one class

for each additional class

India 62 for each class of goods or services
where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
156 for each class of goods or services
Ireland 257

73

for one class

for each additional class

Israel 407

306

for one class

for each additional class

Italy 95

32

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
318 independent of the number of classes
Japan First Part:
108

82

for one class

for each additional class

Second Part:
269 for each class of goods or services
Kenya 312

223

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
312

223

for one class

for each additional class

Kyrgyzstan 340

160

for one class

for each additional class

Lao People’s Democratic Republic 141

101

for one class of goods and services

for each additional class

Mexico 149 for each class of goods or services
New Zealand 93 for each class of goods or services
Norway 278

78

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
278

78

for three classes

for each additional class

Oman 484

484

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
1211

1211

for one class

for each additional class

Philippines 95 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Korea 233 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 252

52

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
304

52

or one class

for each additional class

San Marino 155

41

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:

                       

279

72

for three classes

for each additional class

Singapore 272 for each class of goods or services
Sint Maarten (Dutch part) 298

31

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
593

61

for three classes

for each additional class

Sweden 260

102

for one class

for each additional class

Switzerland 450

50

for three classes

for each additional class

Syrian Arab Republic 193 for each class of goods or services
Tajikistan 438

34

for one class

for each additional class

Tunisia 131

17

for one class

for each additional class

Turkey 178

35

for one class

for each additional class

Turkmenistan 151

76

for one class

for each additional class

Ukraine 429

86

for three classes

for each additional class

United Kingdom 227

63

for one class

for each additional class

United States of America 301

301

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
1543

154

for one class

for each additional class

Viet Nam 101

84

for one class

for each additional class

Zimbabwe 97

58

for one class

for each additional class

 

  1. Renewal

 

African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) 799

160

for one class

for each additional class

where payment is received within the period of grace:
208 additional amount, independent of the number of classes
Armenia 221

22

or one class

for each additional class

Australia 300 for each class of goods or services
Bahrain 1710 for one class
where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
2105 One class
Belarus 700 independent of the number of classes
Benelux 273

48

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
497

48

for three classes

for each additional class

Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba 319

56

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
581

56

for three classes

for each additional class

Bulgaria 161

32

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
322

64

for three classes

for each additional class

China 498

249

for one class

for each additional class

Colombia 153

75

for one class

for each additional class

where payment is received within the period of grace:
209 for each class of goods or services
Cuba 274

329

91

for three classes

for three classes of goods or services where payment is received within the period of grace

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
320

375

91

for three classes

for three classes of goods or services where payment is received within the period of grace

for each additional class

Curaçao 336

35

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
667

68

for three classes

for each additional class

Denmark 330

84

for three classes

for each additional class

Estonia 188 independent of the number of classes
where the mark is a collective mark:
235 independent of the number of classes
European Union 897

55

164

for the first class of goods or services

for the second class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective or certification mark:
1531

55

164

for the first class of goods or services

for the second class

for each additional class

Finland 262

131

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
341

131

for one class

for each additional class

Gambia 243 independent of the number of classes
Georgia 314

115

for one class

for each additional class

Ghana 370 for each class of goods or services
Greece 94

21

for one class

for each additional class until the tenth class

where the mark is a collective mark:
475

105

for one class

for each additional class until the tenth class

Iceland 270

58

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
270

58

for one class

for each additional class

India 78 for each class of goods or services
where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
156 for each class of goods or services
Ireland 262

131

for one class

for each additional class

Israel 725

612

for one class

for each additional class

Italy 63

32

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
191 independent of the number of classes
Japan 371 for each class of goods or services
Kenya 178

134

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
178

134

for one class

for each additional class

Kyrgyzstan 500 independent of the number of classes
Lao People’s Democratic Republic 141

101

for one class of goods and services

for each additional class

Mexico 160 for each class of goods or services
New Zealand 217 for each class of goods or services
Norway 314

121

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
314

121

for three classes

for each additional class

Oman 727

727

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark or a certification mark:
1453

1453

for one class

for each additional class

Philippines 146 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Korea 266 for each class of goods or services
Republic of Moldova 262

52

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
419

52

for one class

for each additional class

San Marino 155

41

for three classes

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
593

61

for three classes

for each additional class

Singapore 197 for each class of goods or services
Sweden 260

102

for one class

for each additional class

Switzerland 500 independent of the number of classes
Syrian Arab Republic 193 for each class of goods or services
Tajikistan 438

34

for one class

for each additional class

Tunisia 187

40

for one class

for each additional class

Turkey 174 independent of the number of classes
Turkmenistan 380 independent of the number of classes
Ukraine 429 independent of the number of classes
United Kingdom 252

63

for one class

for each additional class

United States of America 370

370

for one class

for each additional class

Uzbekistan 514

51

for one class

for each additional class

where the mark is a collective mark:
1028

103

for one class

for each additional class

Viet Nam 91

80

for one class

for each additional class

Zimbabwe 78 for each class of goods or services
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