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Old 07-04-2009, 05:13 PM
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Are the any INTERNATIONAL laws that regulate exporting and importing from one country to another? For example from the EU to the US? I am not very sure if the International Sale of Good Act does this.And also is it possible for a car manufacturing company to get intellectual property on a car? Like on the design of a car or certain components of a car?
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Old 07-04-2009, 05:28 PM
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Trade laws are between nations. Auto manufacturers can get patents for new ideas. They cannot protect designs.
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Old 07-04-2009, 05:42 PM
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International Sale of Goods Act is like a Uniform Commercial Code for international private contracts or partial private contracts.Trade between nations is regulated by compacts, trade agreements, conventions, treaties, and other nation-to-nation agreements.Several of these might be GATT, URTA, and so forth.Trade is also regulated by national laws as to what kinds of goods can be imported or exported. For instances imports of machine guns and exports of sensitive technology. In addition to that, trade is regulated by tariffs, import taxes and customs laws.So the answer to the first part is "no" the International Sale of Goods Act doesn't cover actual trade between nations as to export and import, etc.As for the 2nd part of your question. Intellectual property rights in a design will generally be recognized provided, however that the nations involved all have some sort of reciprocal intellectual property law to enforce those rights. Most EU countries do have it, I think Russia does, and maybe even China. But other countries have no such laws.The same applies to components.In some instances, a design must be patented in one country before it can be patented in others to make it valid across a broad spectrum of countries.
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