Designs Act 2003 (Cth)
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The Commonwealth of Australia's Designs Act 2003 replaced the Designs Act 1906. The legislation assists in the protection of the overall appearance of a product resulting from one or more visual features of the product. Although there are some overlaps, the Designs Act is not applicable when defending the functional innovations of a product.
After registration, the owner of the registered design owns a renewable monopoly for 5 years, and has the exclusive rights to :
a) To make or offer to make a product, in relation to which the design is registered, which embodies the design; and
b) To import such a product into Australia for sale, or for use for the purposes of any trade or business; and
c) To sell, hire and otherwise dispose of, or offer to sell, hire or otherwise dispose of, such a product; and
d) To use such a product in any way for the purpose of any trade or business; and
e) To keep such a product for the purpose of doing any of the things mentioned in paragraph (c) or (d)
f) To authorize another person to do any of the things mentioned in paragraph (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e)
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