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THURSDAY, 30 JUNE 2011
Tunisia: out of London, but where to go next?
Class 99 learns from Hague Notification No. 110 that the Government of the Republic of Tunisia deposited, on 10 June 2011, an instrument of acceptance of the termination of the effectively extinct London Act of the Hague Agreement Concerning the International Deposit of Industrial Designs. According to WIPO, a separate notification will be made on the coming into effect of the termination when the required number of acceptances is reached.
Tunisia has been party to the London Act since 1942 but has not yet signed up to the Geneva Act, which has been in force since December 2003.
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