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of Attorney
(a) The separate power of attorney referred to in Rule 2.1(b)(ii) may relate to a single application or a single international deposit (specific power of attorney) or to several applications or several international deposits (general power of attorney).
(b) The general power of attorney may relate to several specified applications or international deposits belonging to the same depositor or owner, or to all future applications or international deposits belonging to the same depositor or owner, or to several specified applications or international deposits and all future applications or international deposits belonging to the same depositor or owner.
(c) The use of the following terms is recommended for the establishment of a separate power of attorney:
"The undersigned (indicate the name(s) and address(es) of the depositor(s) or the owner(s) of the deposit) hereby appoint(s) as his (their) representative (give the following indications concerning the representative: family name and given name(s) or, in the case of a legal entity, its full official designation, street, including the number, post code, locality, country and, where appropriate, telephone number, telegraphic address and teleprinter address), to act in his (their) name before the International Bureau in matters concerning (use whichever of the following texts is appropriate):
- the enclosed application(s) for the international deposit of (an) industrial design(s)
- the international deposit of (the) industrial design(s) No(s)....
- any future application for the international deposit of (an) industrial design(s) and any future international deposit of (an) industrial design(s)
(date and signature of the depositor(s) or the owner(s))."
[Rule 2.4]
Section 208
Details Concerning General Powers of Attorney
(a) A general power of attorney under Rule 2.4 may relate to:
(i) any future application filed or future international deposit effected by the natural person or the legal entity having issued the general power of attorney; and/or
(ii) several specified applications previously filed by the natural person or the legal entity having issued the general power of attorney and/or several specified international deposits of which such natural person or legal entity is the owner.
(b) The applications and/or international deposits referred to in paragraph (a)(ii) shall be specified by indicating the corresponding dates and numbers or, where such dates and numbers do not yet exist, by attaching copies of the applications.
(c) The provisions of Rule 2.1(f)(iv) to (j) shall apply to the appointment of a representative in a general power of attorney.
(d) [deleted]
(e) A general power of attorney may be revoked by a written document signed by the natural person or the legal entity having issued the general power of attorney. Rule 2.3(a), second sentence, and (b), and Section 204(b) and (c) shall apply, mutatis mutandis.
(f) Any representative for whom a general power of attorney has been issued may renounce his appointment by means of a notification signed by him and addressed to the International Bureau. Section 205 shall apply, mutatis mutandis.
(g) Any application, request, demand or document communicated to the International Bureau by a representative whose appointment was effected in a general power of attorney shall be accompanied by a photocopy of such general power of attorney and shall indicate the name and address of the representative and the date of the general power of attorney.
[Rule 2.5]
Section 209
Substitute Representative
(a) A substitute representative under Rule 2.5 may be appointed either in the same document as that of the appointment of the representative for whom the substitute is to act or in a separate document. In the latter case, the document appointing the substitute representative shall be accompanied by a copy to the document appointing the representative.
(b) The provisions of Rule 2.3(d) and of Section 205 shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the renunciation of the appointment of a substitute representative.
(c) Section 204(b) shall apply, mutatis mutandis, to the revocation of the appointment of a substitute representative.
(d) Any application, request, demand or document communicated to the International Bureau by a substitute representative shall indicate the name and address of the representative for whom the substitute representative is acting, as well as the date of the document appointing the substitute representative.
Section 210
Procedure in Case of Cessation
of Professional Activities of a Representative
(a) Where it is manifestly apparent that a representative has permanently ceased all professional activities, the International Bureau shall inform accordingly any depositor or owner concerned.
(b) Until the appointment of such representative is revoked, any correspondence of the International Bureau referred to in Section 203(a) shall be addressed both to the representative and to the depositor or the owner concerned.
Part Three. INTERNATIONAL REGISTER
[Rule 3.1(d)]
Section 301
Establishment of the International Register
The International Register is established and maintained by the International Bureau at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
Section 302
Form of the International Register
and Procedure for Making Recordings Therein;
File of an International Deposit
(a) The International Register shall consist, for each international deposit, of all the data and the reproductions referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c) of Rule 3.1. The International Register shall be kept, in the case of recordings published before March 1, 1999, in the form of reprints of all publications made with respect to the international deposits concerned and, in the case of recordings published after February 28, 1999, in the form of an electronic database.
(b) A file shall be established for each international deposit containing the application and any request, communication, correspondence or other document concerning the application or the international deposit.
(c) For international deposits in respect of which the recording was published before March 1, 1999, the file shall also contain the reprints referred to in paragraph (a) of the present Section. The reprints shall be numbered consecutively in the order of their recording date. A summary sheet shall be established in the same order and included in the file.
(d) A filing system shall be established so that each file may be easily consulted and updated without being removed from the place where it is located.
Section 303
Conservation of the International Register
and of the Files of International Deposits
(a) The International Bureau shall conserve indefinitely the International Register. The reprints referred to in Section 302(a) may be conserved on any suitable medium, including in electronic form.
(b) The International Bureau shall conserve, during the total duration of the deposit and for five years thereafter, the application and any requests, demands, communications, correspondence or other documents concerning the application or the international deposit.
Section 304
Date of Recording in the International Register
Subject to Rule 14, any recording relating to an international deposit shall be effected by the International Bureau under the date on which it received the indications to be recorded and the prescribed fees.
Section 305
Protection of the International Register
Against Loss or Damage
(a) Subject to Article 14 of the 1934 Act, no original file or document to which the Agreement, the Regulations or these Administrative Instructions apply may be removed from the premises where the International Register is located.
(b) In order to avoid the consequences of loss or damage, a reproduction of the contents of the International Register shall be maintained, on paper or another suitable data carrier, at a location which is remote from the premises on which the International Register is located.
Section 306
International Deposit Numbers
(a) The International Bureau shall assign to each international deposit which is governed exclusively or partly by the 1960 Act an international deposit number consisting of the letters DM, an oblique stroke and a six-digit number (e.g., "DM/000705").
(b) For as long as publication of an international deposit is deferred, that deposit shall have a provisional number consisting of the letters DMA, an oblique stroke and a six-digit number (e.g., "DMA/000025").
(c) The International Bureau shall assign to every international deposit governed exclusively by the 1934 Act a deposit number according to the numbering used since the entry into force of the Hague Agreement.
Part Four. REPRODUCTION OF THE DESIGN OR ARTICLE
DEPOSITED, DESCRIPTION OF CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES
[Rule 12.1(c)]
Section 401
Presentation of Reproductions
(a) One and the same deposit may comprise both photographs and graphic representations.
(b) Where the international deposit is governed exclusively or partly by the 1960 Act, each of the photographs or other graphic representations accompanying the application shall be either pasted on the standard spaces provided on the application form or printed directly onto a separate sheet of A4 paper which is white, opaque and does not bear the grid of standard spaces.
(c) The method of calculating the publication fee referred to in the Schedule of Fees and, unless provided to the contrary, the requirements of Sections 401 to 405 apply equally to reproductions which are pasted on the standard spaces and to reproductions which are printed on separate sheets. In particular, the photographs or other graphic representations must lie within a frame whose dimensions must not exceed 16x24 centimeters.
(d) Each reproduction must fall within a right-angled quadrilateral not containing any other reproduction or part of another reproduction. The photographs or other graphic representations shall not be folded or stapled or marked in any way.
(e) Where a design (in two dimensions) is intended to be applied to two or more articles that form a whole (e.g., a dinner service), the deposit may comprise only one of the articles forming the whole (e.g., a plate) that will be shown in the photographs or other graphic representations accompanying the application.
[Rule 9.2(b)]
Section 402
Numbering of Reproductions
The numbering stipulated for multiple deposits shall appear in the margin of the photographs or other graphic representations, outside the standard spaces provided on the application form or outside the frame within which the reproductions are printed. When the same article is represented from different angles, the numbering shall consist of two separate figures separated by a dot (e.g. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, etc. for the first article, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, etc. for the second article and so on).
Section 403
Representation of the Design or Article Deposited
The photographs and other graphic representations shall represent the deposited design or article alone, to the exclusion of any other object, accessory, person or animal. An article must be represented at least once in the position in which it is normally used.
Section 404
Requirements for Photographs
(a) The photographs supplied must be of professional standard. The articles must be shown against a neutral plain background. Photographs retouched with ink or correcting fluid are not allowed.
(b) Reproductions of photographs that meet the conditions set forth in paragraph (a) and have been produced by means of electronic processes shall be allowed if they are themselves of professional standard and not retouched.
(c) Photographs or reproductions of photographs which are pasted on the standard spaces provided on the application form shall have all the edges cut at right angles.
Section 405
Requirements for Graphic Representations
Graphic representations must be either originals of professional standard produced with drawing instruments or by electronic means on good quality white, opaque paper, all of whose edges are cut at right angles, or prints or photocopies made from such originals and having the same quality. The lines must be even and boldly drawn. The article represented should preferably be in perspective; it may comprise shading and hatching to provide relief; it may be shown against a background, provided that it is neutral and plain.
The following shall not be accepted:
(i) technical drawings showing articles in section or in plan, particularly with axes and dimensions;
(ii) explanatory texts or wording shown on or adjacent to the
articles.
[Rule 6.3(a)(i)]
Section 406
Description of Characteristic Features
The description of characteristic features shall concern those features that appear in the reproduction. It may not describe technical features of the operation of the deposited article or its possible utilization.
Part Five. FEES
[Rule 28.4(b)]
Section 501
Deposit Accounts
(a) A deposit account with the International Bureau may be opened by any natural person or legal entity (hereinafter "account holder") by sending a written request to the International Bureau indicating the account holder"s identity, residence, nationality and address in the same manner as that provided for in respect of the depositor in Rule 5, and by transferring to the account of the International Bureau an amount in Swiss francs of at least SF 1000, or whatever higher amount may be necessary to cover all payments that the account holder expects to make during a foreseeable period of time after the opening of the deposit account.
(b) Upon receipt of the indications and the amount referred to in paragraph (a), the International Bureau shall:
(i) establish the deposit account;
(ii) communicate in writing to the account holder the number of the relevant deposit account; and
(iii) send to the account holder a receipt for the amount he has transferred to it.
(c) In accordance with the instructions communicated by the account holder, the International Bureau shall debit the deposit account for any transaction under the Agreement, the Regulations or these Administrative Instructions in respect of which the payment of a fee is required.
(d) At the close of each month"s business, or, where appropriate, at shorter or longer intervals, a statement

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