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CHAPTER VII PROCEDURE RELATING TO ADDITIONAL PROTECTION TO CERTAIN GOODS UNDER SECTION 22(2) OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS OF GOODS (REGISTRATION AND...

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CHAPTER VII PROCEDURE RELATING TO ADDITIONAL PROTECTION TO CERTAIN GOODS UNDER SECTION 22(2) OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS OF GOODS (REGISTRATION AND PROTECTION) ACT, 1999

 

77. Additional protection to certain goods.

 

An application may be made to the Registrar in respect of goods notified by the Central Government under sub-section (2) of section 22 for additional protection for registered geographical indications in Form GI-9 accompanied by prescribed fee in triplicate along with a Statement of Case. Such case shall be furnished in triplicate and shall be accompanied with the copy of the notification issued.

 

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The application shall be made jointly by the registered proprietor of the geographical indication in India and by all the producers of the geographical indication whose name has been entered in the register as authorised user in Part B.

 

79. Consideration by the Registrar

 

The Registrar on receipt of the application for additional protection for such goods in respect of a registered geographical indication in India shall examine whether there are measurable attributes to the particular geographical indication in relation to the goods or classes of goods in question with special regard to the reputation of the goods or classes of goods on a global scale, which requires the additional protection envisaged under sub-section (2) of section 22 be conferred against usurpation or imitation of the geographical indication even where the true origin of the goods or classes of goods is indicated or if the registered geographical indication is used in translated form or is accompanied by terms such as “kind”, “type”, “style”, “imitation” or other like expressions.

 

80. Hearing before refusing an application.

 

(1) If on consideration of the application or any other matter which the applicant may or may be required to furnish, the Registrar has any objections to the acceptance of the application or proposes to accept it subject to such conditions, as he may think right to impose, the Registrar shall communicate such objections or proposals in writing to the applicant.
(2) The decision of the Registrar under sub-rule(1) after a hearing or without a hearing if the applicant has duly communicated his observations in writing and has stated that he does not desire to be heard shall be communicated to the applicant in writing and if the applicant intends to appeal from such decisions, he may within two months from the date of such communication request the Registrar requiring him to state in writing the grounds and the material used by him in arriving at his decision.

 

81. Entry in the Register.

 

(1) Where the Registrar decides to allow the geographical indication in respect of which additional protection is to be provided as envisaged under sub-section (2) of Section 22, he shall enter in the Register a summary of the grounds and the material used by him in arriving at his decision to accord additional protection to the notified goods in respect of the relevant geographical indication application.
(2) The entry in Part A of the Register shall state the date on which the application for additional protection was made, the name, description and principal place of business in India of the registered proprietor and if they do not carry on business in India their address for service in India.

 

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