Trade Marks Act, 1996

The Paris Convention.

60.—(1) In this Act—

(a) “the Paris Convention” means the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property of March 20th, 1883, as amended or supplemented by any protocol to that Convention which is for the time being in force in the State; and

(b) a “Convention country” means a country, other than the State, which is a party to that Convention.

(2) The Minister may by order make such amendments of this Act and rules made under this Act as appear to the Minister appropriate in consequence of any revision or amendment of the Paris Convention after the passing of this Act.