Russian IPO Introduces Fee for Issuing Paper Copies of Documents
Jul 29 2021 - 09:51
On June 21, 2021, the Russian IPO introduced the official fee of EUR 23 (USD 27) for the issuance of a paper copy of a letter patent, a certificate of registration, or their annexes. If this fee is not paid and a paper copy is not requested, applicants will receive documents in electronic form only.
The new official fee follows the introduction of electronic registration certificates and letters patent on January 17, 2021.
Prepared by: Tatyana Kulikova
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Source: Russian IPO website
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