Estimation of official registration fees*
|Estimation of total fees|
Duration of registration procedure**
Filing: 189 € (single application) 320 € (for one design forming a set of articles)
|189€ to 320€||9 to 12 months|
Publication and registration: 68€
|85€||10 to 12 months|
Filing: 48 € (single application) 74 € (for one design forming a set of articles)
|48€ to 74€||24 to 36 months|
|45€||6 to 12 months|
Filing: 106€ (online) or 111€ (manual)
|150€ (online filing) or 155€ (manual filing)||8 months|
|Myanmar||Official fees have not yet been published and the IP Office is not yet operational|
Filing: 30€ for Small entities (Not more than 1,694,169 € worth of assets); 63€ for other entities
Publications: 32€ for Small entities, 34€ for other entities
Issuance of registration certificate: 11€ for Small entities, 21€ for other entities.
|73€ for Small entities, 118€ for other entities||6 months|
Issuance of certificate: 14€
|88 € (1 application for 1 embodiment including up to 7 drawings)||12 to 18 months|
*The fees included in these results are an estimation of the minimum official fees charged by the national IP office, from the filing stage to the final registration stage. Additional official costs and taxes may apply on a case-by-case basis. These costs do not include professional agent fees nor any additional fees (disbursements) which could be charged either by the IP Office or by the IP agent. Furthermore, please note that all costs expressed are in € and the currency exchange rates from local currency were calculated at a specific date / time (currency exchange rates are subject to variations notably during economic crisis). No responsibility, nor any liability action should be brought against the Helpdesk on the basis of the information provided in this tool.
**This timeline is estimated for a smooth registration process (a smooth process would mean no Office Action issued by the IP office, nor any opposition or claim filed by a third party). In addition, the length of the registration process may take longer depending on the complexity of the application and due to extraordinary events (sanitary crisis for example).