Uruguay

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Foreign filing information

Direct (Paris Convention) filing

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Filing requirements

Power of Attorney: Yes*
Assignments: No
Language: Spanish
Excess Claims Fee: Yes
Examination Request: Deferred

Country notes

    *Powers of Attorney must be notarized and legalized via either The Apostille procedure or at a Uruguayan consulate in your home country. The consulate will provide instructions on the procedure that is required; note that costs will be incurred for this. POAs must be filed within 90 days from the filing date of the application.

    If the POA is issued for a company, the Notary Public must not only certify the authenticity of the signature, but also confirm that the person(s) who signed is legally capable of doing so.

  • A certified copy of the priority document and its certified Spanish translation should be submitted at the time of filing the application. Late filing of these documents is possible within three months from the application filing date but will result in a late fee, invoiced by the agent.

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