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ClassificationInternational, Nice 10th Edition
Goods and services can be registered
PriorityConvention priority can be claimed
Renewal10 years from the filing date, and every 10 years thereafter
There is a 6 month grace period
Use provisionsNon-use of a trade mark for a period of 3 years from registration renders it vulnerable to an action for cancellation by third parties
Types of PatentSubstantive without priority claims
PCT national phase
PriorityNotwithstanding that Grenada is the party to the Paris Convention, we understand that Convention priority cannot be claimed because the necessary Implementing Regulations which will allow for the same have not yet been promulgated.  
DurationSubstantive (local) patents are valid for a period of 14 years from the local filing date
PCT patents are valid for a period of 20 years from the international filing date
Re-registration patents are valid for a period of 20 years from the corresponding EP(UK) parent filing date
AnnuitiesThe law requires that renewal fees are paid annually in respect of substantive (local) patent cases, commencing on the 4th anniversary of the filing date.  However, such payments are not currently being collected by the Registry, pending the promulgation of the relevant Implementing Regulations
PriorityThere is no independent protection of designs available in Grenada – instead, UK registrations automatically cover the territory of Grenada.