Nice Agreement 1957 Pdf

The International Classification of Goods and Services, also known as the Nice Classification, was introduced by the Nice Agreement (1957)[1], which is a system for classifying goods and services for trademark registration purposes. It is updated every five years and its latest version 11. [2] products grouped into 45 classes (classes 1-34 cover products and classes 35-45 cover services) and allow users to identify a good or service, to choose among those classes, as needed. As the system is recognized in many countries, international demand for trademarks has since been a lighter process. The classification system is defined by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The Nice classification is based on a multilateral treaty managed by WIPO. This treaty, concluded in Nice (France) on 15 June 1957, is referred to as the “Nice Agreement on the International Classification of Goods and Trademark Registration Services.” This classification is commonly referred to as the “Nice Classification.” The Nice Agreement is open to States Parties to the “Paris Convention on the Protection of Industrial Property.” Class 13 firearms; ammunition and projectiles; Explosives; Fireworks Class 27 Carpets, carpets, carpets and carpets, linoleum and other materials for the coverage of existing floors; Class 1 wall coverings of chemicals used in industry, science and space industry, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed artificial resins, unprocessed plastics; slurry; Fire suppression compositions; Temperatures and welds; Chemicals for food conservation; tannins; The Nice classification is constantly reviewed by a “committee of experts”[4], whose members are representative of all signatory states, and a new edition is published every five years. The current edition (eleventh) has been in effect since January 1, 2017. Class 42 Science and technology services and research and design in this context; Industrial analysis and research services; Design and development of computer hardware and software class 22 strings and cord; Networks Tents, awnings and tarpaulins; awnings made of textile or synthetic materials; sails; bags for transporting and storing bulk materials; Upholstery, damping and filling materials (excluding paper, cardboard, rubber or plastics); fiberable textile materials and substitute materials for Class 41 of the training; Providing training Entertainment Sports and Cultural Activities The trademark offices of the states that signed the Nice Agreement agree to use the classification codes designated in their official documents and publications. Class 4 industrial oils and fats; Lubricants absorbent, resorbative and binding compositions; Fuels (including engine fuel) and light bulbs Candles and maas for lighting Class 43 Services for the provision of food and drink; Temporary accommodation class 14 precious metals and their alloys; Jewelry, gemstones and semi-precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments class 20 furniture, mirrors, photo frame; non-metallic containers for storage or transport; Untreated or semi-treated bones, horn, ivory, whale bones or mother-of-pearl; shells; sea moss; amber yellow class 44 medical services; Veterinary services hygiene and beauty care for people or animals Agriculture, horticulture and forestry Class 9 Scientists, nautical, surveyors, photographs, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signaling, controlling (surveillance), educational materials and tools; devices and instruments for controlling, switching, processing, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; Recording, transmitting or reproducing sound or image devices; magnetic discs, recording discs; CDs, DVDs and other digital recording media; mechanisms for coins; Cash registers, calculators, information machines, computers; Computer software Fire extinguishers Class 19 Building materials (non-metallic); rigid non-metallic tubes for construction; L