Croatia Adopts New Regulations on Border Measures Relating to Infringing Goods

May 19 2006 - 23:19

The new regulation came into force on May 13, 2006.

Some of the more important changes include:

  • Border measures now apply to the goods in transit;

  • New forms have been created for filing custom applications, as well as declarations;

  • Requests for destruction of temporarily seized goods under the border surveillance can now be filed by the rights holder without first determining whether the IP rights are in fact infringed;

  • New provision was introduced concerning the seizure of sample goods for analysis of infringement.

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