Subjects of Intellectual Property protected
Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Designs and Imitation
System of enforcement
We have two steps of border enforcement, one step is a
submission to application to Customs, the other step is an
identification of imports at Customs.
The submission step is to apply an evidence, in which if a target
good is imported, it makes an infringement, to Customs by
Intellectual property right holder.
The identification step is to judge whether the imports infringe or
Details of the submission step
First, the application by submitted by right holder is opened on
website for having an opinion from potential importers.
Next, the application is checked out by specialists of Intellectual
Finally, the application is Accepted and published.
Requirements of acceptance are as follows:
The applicant is right holder;
The rights are valid;
The rights are infringed;
The infringement is proved; and
The imports infringed are distinguished from genuin goods.
Details of the identification step
First, a notification for identification is send to both the right
holder and the importer, they are provided to opportunity to argue
about the imports suspected.
Next, they can submit their arguments by examining the imports
to Customs, their arguments are inspected by Customs.
Finally, a notification for conclusion is send both the two.
Moreover, the importers are provided to ask release of the imports
for Customs by making deposit.