We offer you our services for Industrial Design from the beginning until the receipt of the registration certificate. You can depend on our expertise and practical for filing the application with all the requirements, publication and registration your industrial design.
An industrial design is registered if it is new, it shall be new if it does not significantly differ from designs that have been disclosed to the public, anywhere in the world, by publication in tangible form or by use or in any other way, prior to the filing date or, where applicable, the priority date of the application for registration (“known designs”) or from combinations of features of known designs. Industrial designs that are contrary to public order or morality shall not be registered.
The registration of an industrial design shall be for a period of five years from the filing date of the application for registration. If the owner so requests, according to the Regulations, and upon the payment of the prescribed fee, the registration shall be renewed for two further consecutive periods of five years. A grace period of six months shall be allowed for the late payment of the renewal fee on payment of the prescribed surcharge, otherwise the registered industrial design shall lapse. There shall be no restoration of lapsed registered industrial designs.
1. Particulars of the owner, such as name, address, nationality and nature of business.
2. Power of Attorney legalised by the Omani Consulate or Apostille.
3. The title and drawings of the design showing the elements of novelty, supported by brief description.
4. Certified copy of the commercial register or any equivalent document.
5. Particulars of corresponding foreign registration(s), if any.
1. Power of Attorney from the assignee notarized and legalized up to the Consulate of Oman or Apostille.
2. A certified (or notarized) copy of the Certificate of Incorporation of the assignee (with an Arabic translation).
3. Deed of assignment executed by the parties, legalized up to the Consulate of Oman or Apostille.
1. Power of Attorney legalised by the Omani Consulate or Apostille.
2. Merger agreement document signed by both parties, legalised by the Omani Consulate or Apostille.
1. Power of Attorney reflecting the new name or address legalised by the Omani Consulate or Apostille.
2. Certificate of Incorporation or extract from the commercial register reflecting the change, legalised by the Omani Consulate or Apostille.
1. Power of Attorney signed by the licensee, legalised by the Omani Consulate
2. License agreement document signed by both parties, legalised by the Omani Consulate.