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- Greece *
- Hungary *
- Latvia *
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It is possible to submit the application in person, by e-mail or electronically, using the English-language version of the Patent and Trademark Office website, which also features a detailed step-by-step guide. For more details, see here .
- A translation of the patent application must be submitted within 3 months from the publication of the patent grant by the European Patent Office (EPO). The application must include the following:
- The title of the invention in English or Danish;
- A description in English or Danish including any drawings;
- Photographs and sequencing lists in English or Danish;
- The claims in Danish
- The patent number and the name and address of the proprietor in English or Danish.
Re-establishment of rights under Section 72 of the Patents Act
If the validation time limit of 3 months from the date of the grant publication is exceeded, a request may be made for re-establishment of the right to validate. Re-establishment may be requested within 2 months from the removal of the obstacle which prevented validation from taking place on time, but no later than one year after the expiry of the validation time limit.
The condition for re-establishing the right to validate is that the omission is rectified. In this case, an application for validation must be submitted and the publication fee paid together with a fee for the re-establishment of rights. Provided that the formal requirements are met, a time limit is set for the applicant to demonstrate that all due diligence was exercised.
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