Registering to protect your Designs

A registered design can provide the owner with the exclusive right to making, offering, putting on the market, importing, exporting or using of a product in which the same or a similar design is incorporated and is advisable if you wish to protect the appearance of something, such as a 3D object or 2D design, but the design must be new and have individual character. A registered design also protects the overall appearance of a product, i.e. the lines, contours, colours, shape, texture or materials, but excludes those elements whose appearance is determined by their function.

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