COUNTRY : POLAND
CAPITAL : WARSAW
LANGUAGE : POLISH
International Treaties to which Poland is signatory for the protection of Plant Breeders Rights.
Poland is not a signatory of NAGOYA PROTOCOL on Access and Benefit Sharing & Liability and Redress.
Plant Breeders Rights in Poland are protected by:
Protection accorded by PBR:
The Act does not protect denominations given to such varieties, if they are :
If the proposed denomination is found to be inadequate, the applicant is given a prescribed time limit to submit another proposal.
Note: Rights granted in Poland stand suspended if Community Plant Variety Rights obtained through the European Plant Variety Office
ParityPatents Law Firms through its Attorney and Law Firms in Poland is at hand to help you with PBR protection and registration.
Application made for protection under the Act to contain the following requisites:
The Act protects New Plant Varieties which are:
Plant Variety Rights holders have the following rights with respect to propagating material of the protected plant variety:
Compulsory Licenses: are issued when:
ParityPatents along with specialised Patent Lawyers and Patent Attorneys in Poland, can assist you comprehensively with PBR Compulsory Licence matters.
Please write a mail for cost of registration of Plant Variety Protection in Poland to the mail address given below: