The owner of an Armenian registered trademark may apply to the Armenian State Revenue Committee to retain infringing goods at the Armenian border. A state fee of approximately $50 shall be paid together with the application. If goods are suspected of infringing trademark rights, the customs authorities shall suspend release of the goods or detain them. The period during which the customs authorities are to take action shall not exceed two years and may be renewed as long as the trademark is in force. The customs authorities shall inform the trademark owner and the declarant or holder of the goods of its action. After that information, a period of 10 working days starts for the initiation of further steps, such as posting security and obtaining a preliminary court injunction to suspend the release of the goods by court order.
Are customs border enforcement measures available?
nerses 2014-01-11T10:03:00+04:00 January 11th, 2014|