Assignment Documentation for Armenian Trademarks
Registration with AIPA: Assignments of trademark rights in Armenia must be officially registered with the Armenian Intellectual Property Agency (AIPA) to be legally recognized.
Written Assignment Document: The assignment must be documented in writing. The written assignment document should clearly outline the details of the transfer of trademark rights.
Assignor's Signature: The assignment document must bear the signature of the assignor, who is the previous owner of the trademark rights. This signature is essential for the validity of the assignment.
No Notarization or Legalization: Unlike some countries, Armenian law does not require notarization or legalization of the assignment document. The written document signed by the assignor is typically sufficient.
Party Details: The assignment document should clearly identify the parties involved, including their names and full addresses. This ensures clarity about the identities of the assignor and assignee.
Trademark Specification: The document should specify which trademarks, including both registrations and applications, are being transferred from the assignor to the assignee.
Translation into Armenian: To comply with local regulations, the assignment document should be translated into Armenian.
Power of Attorney for Agents: If the assignment process is handled by an agent or representative on behalf of the new owner (assignee), the agent may require a power of attorney from the assignee. This power of attorney does not typically need notarization or legalization.
State Fee: A state fee, approximately $150, is typically payable for registering the assignment with the AIPA.
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