Parties To The Nice Agreement

The Nice classification is based on a multilateral treaty managed by WIPO. This treaty, concluded in Nice (France) on 15 June 1957, is referred to as the “Nice Agreement on the International Classification of Goods and Trademark Registration Services.” This classification is commonly referred to as the “Nice Classification.” The Nice Agreement is open to States Parties to the “Paris Convention on the Protection of Industrial Property.” The list of contracting parties to the Nice agreement is regularly updated. Class 14 precious metals and their alloys; Jewelry, gemstones and semi-precious stones; Horological and time-stamping Instruments The “hierarchy” is an arboreal structure developed in each of the 45 classes of the Nice classification by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the European Union`s national brand offices, in collaboration with WIPO. In NCLPub, the “hierarchization” mode shows the hierarchical structure and the “Full” view mode of the goods and services of the Nice classification, arranged according to the hierarchy. As of January 2014, there were 84 countries that signed the Nice Agreement; these countries have officially adopted the Nice classification and applied it in trademark registration. In addition, 65 third countries, four organizations and the WIPO International Office also use the Nice classification. Class 9 Scientists, nautical, surveyors, photographs, cinematographic, optical, weighed, measuring, reporting, checking (monitoring), teaching materials and tools; devices and instruments for controlling, switching, processing, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; Recording, transmitting or reproducing sound or image devices; magnetic discs, recording discs; CDs, DVDs and other digital recording media; mechanisms for coins; Cash registers, calculators, information machines, computers; Computer software Fire extinguisher The Nice Classification is available for download in the PDF and XML formats of the download and computer support section. Review files are available in Excel format for the list of products and services and in the Word format for the class list and the explanatory class list. No, you can download NCL files, but you must recognize WIPO`s copyright if you want to use the NCL on your site. More information about the terms of use can be found in the download and computer support section.

Class 4 industrial oils and fats; Lubricants absorbent, resorbative and binding compositions; Fuels (including engine fuel) and light bulbs candles and mechanics for the ignition of Class 7 machines and machine tools; engines and engines (excluding land-based vehicles); Machine clutch and transmission components (excluding land-based vehicles); Agricultural equipment that is not hand-operated; Egg incubators; Class 21 machinery and appliances, household utensils or kitchen utensils; combs and sponges Brush (excluding brushes); Brush-making materials Items for cleaning purposes steel wool; unprocessed or semi-worked glass (excluding the construction glass used in the building); Glassworks, porcelain and faece class 10 surgical, medical, dental and veterinary and instruments and instruments; artificial limbs, eyes and teeth Orthopaedic items sewing materials; Therapeutic and assisted persons with disabilities; massage machine; Devices, devices and items for infant breastfing; Sexual activity devices, devices and Hand-held Class 8 items (manuals); Cutlery side arms; The competent authorities of the contracting states must indicate, in the official documents and in each publication, the numbers of the classification categories to which the products or services for which the trademark is registered belong.