We would like to inform you that, on December 30th 2016,
it was published in the Official Gazette "El
Peruano", the Legislative Decree No. 1309, Legislative Decree
on simplification of administrative procedures concerning
Intellectual Property Matters before The National Institute for the
Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property -
This Legislative Decree seeks to simplify and optimize
procedures before the INDECOPI, enabling more flexible procedures
to facilitate the development of economic and commercial
activities, as well as optimizing its services, contributing to the
institutional strengthening and the quality in the service to the
In this sense, through this Legislative Decree the following
legislative amendments and incorporations have been made:
In order to simplify Industrial
Property administrative procedures, endowing them with greater
celerity, and seeking to facilitate economic and commercial
activities, this Legislative Decree has amended articles 4, 7, 9,
15, 21, 49, 52, 54, 55, 60, 63, 66, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 84, 91,
95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 109, 112, 114,
122, 126, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135 and 136; and, has incorporated
the articles 8-B, 8-C, 24-A, 52-A, 52-B, 61-A, 61-B, 64-A, 73-A,
122- A, 136-A, 136-B, 136-C, 136-D, 139 and 140, to the Legislative
Decree N° 1075,Legislative Decree approving Provisions
Complementary to Decision 486 of the Commission of the Andean
Community that establishes the Common Regime on Industrial
In addition, in order to speed up
Copyright procedures, this Legislative Decree has amended articles
153, 174, 183, 191 and 204 of Legislative Decree No. 822, Law on
Finally, in order to strengthen the
processes of associativity and the necessary control mechanisms for
the efficient management of designations of origin protected in
Peru, as well as improving the protected designations in domestic
and international markets, this Legislative Decree has amended
article 3 of Law No 28331, General Law on Regulatory
Councils for Designations of Origin.
This law is in force since the day after its publication.
Furthermore, in a term not greater than ninety (90) calendar
days counted from the entry into force of this Legislative Decree,
shall be issued the Modifications to the Organization and Functions
Regulation of INDECOPI in order to adapt this management instrument
to the provisions of this law; and, by Supreme Decree, the
executive authority shall issue the provisions that regulate the
provisions of Legislative Decree No. 1075, Legislative Decree
approving Provisions Complementary to Decision 486 of the
Commission of the Andean Community that establishes the Common
Regime on Industrial Property; as well as the National Registry of
Copyright and Related Rights, Contemplated in Legislative Decree
No. 822, Law on Copyright; and, Law No. 28331, General Law on
Regulatory Councils for Protected Designations of Origin.
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