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Cancellation of Service Marks in Peru

The Andean Community Legislation, Decision 486, allows for the cancellation of trademarks if not in use for at least three continuous years prior to the filing of the petition for [...]

Coexistence Agreements

Decision 486, which considers the possibility of filing a coexistence agreement to allow the use of identical or similar marks owned by different entities in different countries members of the [...]

Peru has Adhered to The Hague Convention

At last, the Peruvian Congress has approved the Convention of 5 October 1961 abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (Hague Apostille Convention).  The Convention will enter into [...]

Border Measures

  Peruvian regulations allow a trademark owner to record before Customs the trademarks said owner has registered in Peru.  For such purpose, the owner will file before such Authority copies [...]