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If you're producing distinctive-looking new products, you'll want to learn about
industrial designs and find out about registering your designs.
Overview of industrial design information, including what is an industrial design,
why and how to register, links to CIPO's e-services, and links to various other
This guide explores what industrial designs are, what makes them registerable,
the advantages of registration, and how to go about it.
1 - Short Title; 2 - Interpretation; 3 - PART I - Industrial Designs. 3 - Registration; 9
- Exclusive Right; 12 - Proprietorship; 13 - Assignments; 15 - Action for
Infringement. 19 - PART II - General. 20 - Clerical Errors; 21 - Inspection; 22 -
Procedure as to Rectification and Alteration; 25 - Regulations; 29 - Priority. 29.1 -
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Table of Contents. Industrial Design Regulations. 1 - Interpretation; 2 - Filing of
Applications; 3 - Correspondence; 9 - Applications; 11 - Filing Date; 12 -
Documents and Materials; 14 - Agents; 15 - Representative for Service; 16 -
Amendment of Application; 17 - Reinstatement of Application; 18 - Maintenance
of Exclusive ...
Sep 6, 2017 ... Industrial design registration provides protection for the original visual features of
a product. Learn about and search for industrial designs or apply for registration.
PART IIndustrial Designs. Registration. Marginal note:Register. 3 The Minister
shall cause to be kept a register called the Register of Industrial Designs for the
registration therein of industrial designs. R.S., 1985, c. I-9, s. 3;; 1992, c. 1, s. 79.
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) is responsible for the
administration and processing of the greater part of intellectual property in
Canada. CIPO's areas of activity include: patents, trademarks, copyrights,
industrial designs and integrated circuit topographies.
National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2011 - Industrial designers
conceptualize and produce designs for manufactured products. They are
employed by manufacturing industries and private design firms or they may be
self-employed. List of Illustrative example(s), Exclusion(s), Main duties,
Employment requirements, ...
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