Change in the Amounts of the Individual Fee: Denmark

individual feeAs from July 1, 2019, the amounts of the individual fee payable in respect of Denmark will change.

The Government of Denmark has notified to the Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) a declaration modifying the amounts of the individual fee payable with respect to Denmark under Article 8(7) of the Madrid Protocol.

The amounts will be 302 Swiss francs for the first class of goods or services, 30 Swiss francs for the second class, and 91 Swiss francs for each additional class, when designating Denmark in an international application or subsequently.
The same amounts will apply when renewing an international registration in which Denmark has been designated. 

The new fees will be payable where Denmark:

(a) is designated in an international application which is received by the Office of origin on or after that date; or

(b) is the subject of a subsequent designation which is received by the Office of the Contracting Party of the holder on or after that date, or is filed directly with the International Bureau of WIPO on or after that date; or

(c) has been designated in an international registration which is renewed on or after that date.

Source: WIPO

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