Change in Individual Fees Under Madrid Protocol for Bulgaria
The new individual fees charged under the Madrid Protocol for international applications and renewals designating Bulgaria entered into force on July 4.
When Bulgaria is designated in an international application or in a designation subsequent to an international designation, CHF 327 (EUR 312; USD 345) will be charged for three classes of goods or services and CHF 21 (EUR 20; USD 22) for each additional class. For a collective or certification mark, CHF 595 (EUR 568; USD 628) will be charged for three classes of goods or services and CHF 54 (EUR 52; USD 58) for each additional class.
Renewals for three classes of goods or services will cost CHF 161 (EUR 154; USD 170) and CHF 32 (EUR 31; USD 34) for each additional class. For a collective or certification mark renewal, the fee of CHF 322 (EUR 307; USD 339) will apply for three classes of goods or services and CHF 64 (EUR 61; USD 67) for each additional class.
Prepared by: Jelena Jankovic
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