The Sudanese Registrar has announced that, with effect from the beginning of October, an ordinary duly signed power of attorney will be accepted instead of a legalized power of attorney for the purpose of filing trade marks, designs, patents and for applications for renewal. A legalized copy of the commercial register is, however, still required for new applications.
Source: NJQ & Associates news letter. For further details email NJQ here.
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