BusinessPunks Fashion and Art

Artwork or Design Licence Contract


§1) WHO IS WHO AGREEMENT BETWEEN …

BusinessPunks UG (hb), Marlene-Dietrich-Straße 43, 80636 München, Deutschland; represented by
Daniel Feurstein & Yurdakul Akpolat (referred to as „BusinessPunks“ or the “Client”) and the Artist:

First Name:  

Surname:  

Pseudonym:  

Address:
 

www:  

Email:  

Phone:  

(referred to as „Artist“)

covering the following artwork / design:  

 


§2)  BASICS MAKING THINGS AS EASY AS POSSIBLE

BusinessPunks understands that getting your head around licenses, contracts and legal mumbo-jumbo can be a confusing process. Below, we have listed clear information to help make things as simple as possible.

BusinessPunks is a pioneer and leader in creating suits and jackets with unique art linings for made-to-measure and bespoke. The art linings are designed by Artists from all over the world, limited-issue items and manufactured in Austria, Europe. We do this since 2009 and built a reputation of highest quality and superior collaboration within the industry.

BusinessPunks will use your artwork and designs to produce fashion and accessories as well as lifestyle products. By doing so, we generate three product types. Type-A: Semi-finished products, Type-B: Finished products, Type-C) Licenced products. Depending on the product type, we target different customers.

  • Type-A products are usually sold to business customers or used as a component for Type-B products. These customers use the semi-finished product to finalize their own product. An example would be our Art-Lining product. The Art-Lining is a fabric which can be used as a lining for suits, jackets, coats, etc. Our business customers buy this semi-finished product to add it as a component into their final product.
  • Type-B products are either sold to business customers as well as end customers, as it is a finished product. Examples would be a Suit, Jacket, Trousers, Shoes, Framed Picture, etc. In some cases, we use Type-A products (for example an Art-Lining) to add it to a Type-B product.
  • Type-C products are usually special agreements with other businesses where we sub-licence your artwork and designs in order to generate white-label or co-branded products with a business partner.

BusinessPunks will integrate you in our communication and advertising. You will be listed on our website as a collaborating Artist, with detailed information about you. We will show your Artwork and Designs connected to you. We will be proud to work with you.

BusinessPunks will compensate you along a success-driven scheme. Our key-interest is it, that we provide a platform for Artists and creative Designers through remarkable products and concepts. We believe that your contribution is the key element of what we do. We want to make sure that we both benefit from our long-term success. Therefore, we offer a transparent variable compensation scheme, connected to the revenues we can generate:

  • Variable Scheme: We pay a percentage of our NET revenue from an item sold (excl. any expenses, VAT, shipping, discounts, etc.)

The schemes are applied as following to the different product types we generate, depending on the licence model you agree to. In order to keep it understandable, we apply the Nice Classification to cluster goods and services (Source: http://www.wipo.int/classifications/nice/). For details visit the Appendix, §10). Our detailed compensation scheme is listed in this section: Fixed and Variable Fee Table§4.7).

  • For an exclusive licence for Fabrics, Art-Lining (Class 24) we pay a 9 % commission on the NET revenue
  • Most other exclusive licence product classes generate a 2 % commission on the NET revenue

Our pricing scheme changes from business partner to business partner, that is why we can not be very specific on this. Nevertheless, e.g. our Art-Linings are currently sold between 120-180 EUR (wholesale) and at 299 EUR to end consumers. If we use a Type-A product of our own to create a Type-B product, we account your Type-A product at the official wholesale price which is published here on our website (visible only for registered users). Also, if we sell a Type-A product at an end consumer price, we will account you for this baseline.

Examples to clarify:

  • We sell 30 Art-Linings with your Artwork and Design at a price of 159 EUR to a business partner:
    • 9 % of 159 EUR x 30 pieces = 429,3 EUR for you (Type-A product)
  • We sell 5 Suits with an Art-Lining containing your Artwork or Design at a price of 1.000 EUR (NET):
    • As the suit contains your Type-A product Art-Lining you will receive 5 x 9 % of 159 EUR = 71,5 EUR
  • We sell a Type-B product, e.g. 10 pocket squares with your Artwork or Design print to a business customer at a wholesale price of 20 EUR (NET):
    • 10 x 20 EUR = 200 EUR (NET) revenue. You will receive 2 % of the 200 EUR, 4 EUR (Type-B product)
  • We sell a Type-B product, e.g. 10 suits with your Artwork or Design print to a customer at a wholesale price of 1.000 EUR (NET) – where your e.g. Lining is not part of the Type-A product collection
    • 10 x 1.000 EUR = 10.000 EUR (NET) revenue. You will receive 2 % of the 10.000 EUR, 200 EUR (Type-B product)
  • We licence our artwork to a business partner to create leather bags with art-elements of your Artwork or Design. We receive 1.000 EUR as a licence fee.
    • You will get 2 % + 10 % of this Type-C product deal, 120 EUR (Type-C product)

Most importantly, you can always access the current status online with your BusinessPunks Artist and Designer Dashboard once you registered.

In order to work with BusinessPunks, you must agree to the following agreement to protect all parties involved.

  • Be original & creative.
  • Submit ONLY your own work.
  • No stock art use – use your own original work when creating artwork.
  • No use of copyrighted imagery.

These were the most important topics. Now we get into the legal Mumbo-Jumbo to make this all stick.


§3) GRANT OF LICENCE

§3.1) In consideration of payment to you, you hereby grant to the Client the following licence to use the Accepted Artworks or Designs for the full period of copyright in it including all periods of renewal, extension and revival of the copyright and thereafter in perpetuity and all necessary consents under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended from time to time or any enactment that replaces it to enable us to publish, exhibit, use and otherwise exploit an accepted artwork whether alone or incorporated in or in conjunction with other works worldwide and in all formats and media now known or hereinafter devised and, in particular, to sub-license the accepted artwork to a licensee (please tick one for each product type).

§3.2) Limitations: Please set the limitations-amount for each category. BusinessPunks will not issue more items than this. For fabrics which are sold in “meters” we will set the “pieces” flag as by our product definition.

§3.2.1) Please mark the relevant option (No Licence, Non-Exclusive Licence, Exclusive Licence)


§3.2.1.1) Fabrics, Art-Lining (Class 24)

Licence:   

Limitation (pcs):   


§3.2.1.2) Clothing, Footwear, Headwear (Class 25)

Licence:   

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.3) Jewellery, Clocks, Watches (Class 14)

Licence:   

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.4) Leather, Bags, Cases (Class 18)

Licence:   

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.5) Prints, Photographs, Lithographs (Class 16)

Licence:    

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.6) Furniture, Frames (Class 20)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.7) Household, Cosmetic utensils, Glassware, Porcelain (Class 21)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.8) Dressmakers articles (Class 26)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.9) Carpets, Rugs, Hangings (Class 27)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.10) Games, Toys (Class 28)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.11) Beverages (Alcoholic / Non-Alcoholic) (Class 32 and Class 33)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.12) Smoking articles and accessories (Class 34)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.13) Coverings for floors and walls (Class 27)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.14) Canvas and raw fibrous textile material (Class 22)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.2.1.15) Musical instruments (Class 15)

Licence:  

Limitations (pcs): 


§3.3) General licences and exploitation right: The Artist licences any exploitation right of the Accepted Artworks or Designs to the Client for an unlimited time, including but not limited to

§3.3.1) Digital reproduction (e.g. websites, social media, advertising, apps, cards, e-publications)

§3.3.2) Printed in physical form (e.g. product packaging and labelling, letterhead and business cards, point of sale advertising, billboards, CD and DVD cover art, or in the advertising and copy of tangible media, including magazines, newspapers, and books)

§3.3.3) Incorporated into film, video, television series, advertisement, or other audio-visual productions for distribution in any medium now known or hereafter devised, without regard to audience size

§3.3.4) Incorporated into merchandise and products intended for sale or promotional distribution (collectively “Merchandise”), including, without limitation, textiles, artwork, magnets, wall-art, calendars, toys, stationery, greeting cards, and any other physical reproduction for resale or distribution

§3.3.5) In wall art (and without requiring further creative or functional elements) for decorative purposes in a commercial space owned by you or your Client, and not for sale.

§3.3.6) Incorporated as elements of digital templates for sale or distribution

§3.3.7) Licencing the artwork to licensees of any product category

§3.4) Purpose limitation of licence and exploitation right for Type-A and Type-B products as well as Type-C licencing: The Artist limits the licences any exploitation right as listed in §4.1)of the Accepted Artworks or Designs to the Client for an unlimited time, to the following purpose and licence type. We distinguish between three options

§3.4.1) “No-Licence”: The client is not allowed to use the accepted Artworks or Designs to licence or exploit for the intended product category

§3.4.2) Non-Exclusive: The client is allowed to use the accepted Artworks or Designs to licence or exploit for the intended product category, but non exclusively

§3.4.3) Exclusive: The client is allowed to use the accepted Artworks or Design to licence or exploit for the intended product category exclusively, as the single and sole holder of this right.

§3.5) In order to make the purpose understandable we applied the commonly used Nice Classifications for Goods and Services (Details see here: §10)

§3.6) According to your licencing choice, you grant to the Client complete and sole discretion regarding the terms and conditions of using or licensing the Accepted Artwork and Design for own purpose, to a licensee and any other third party and acknowledge that the Client does not guarantee that the accepted artwork will be licensed accordingly. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Client acknowledges it.

§3.6.1) The Client shall not be liable to you for any costs, expenses, loss or damage (whether direct, indirect or consequential and whether economic or other) arising

§3.6.2) a licensee, or any other third party, breaching and/or exceeding the rights

§3.6.3) any unauthorised access to the Client’s website, data, and material which results in a breach of your Intellectual Property Rights in the accepted Artwork or Design.

§3.6.4) any unauthorised copies or replicas which results in a breach of your Intellectual Property Rights in the accepted Artwork or Design

§3.7) BusinessPunks has the right to use the Accepted Artworks or Designs for purposes of advertising in connection with image creation of the Clients brand, as well as for direct sales support measures on any channel and medium. Copyright for this purpose without limitations of an Accepted Artwork or Design is granted to the Client.

§3.8) The Client is entitled to use the information about the Artist and the Accepted Artwork or Design, for communication-, advertising- and marketing measures. The presentation at any place is permitted.

§3.9) The Client has the right to store the digital data of Accepted Artworks or Designs on data media and archive it as well as the right to share this with relevant third parties.


§4)  PRICING AND PAYMENT

§4.1) Setting the price: Once an Artwork or Design has been confirmed, BusinessPunks shall set a Price for the the products generated out of the Accepted Artwork and we shall be entitled to amend the Price at our sole and absolute discretion at any time,

§4.2) Baseline for payment calculation

§4.2.1) For fixed fee agreements, the fixed amount is the valid baseline for payment calculations.

§4.2.2) For percentages, BusinessPunks uses the baseline of the NET REVENUE, as invoiced to our customers, excluding any VAT, Shipping costs, consulting fees, travel expenses, housing, and other expenses.

§4.2.3) The Client is obliged to give the Artist access to statistic containing the numbers and applicable commissions to sold items, underlying net revenues and generated licence revenues of the Artist’s Artwork or Design.

§4.2.4) If a Type-A product is used to generate a Type-B product, commissions apply to the Type-A product at the common wholesale price (published on our website). Please note, the wholesale price is the price set for business customers and not end consumers.

§4.3) Payment Terms

§4.3.1) In full and final consideration of the Accepted Artwork and the grant of the rights hereunder, the Client agrees to pay you a fixed fee or percentage of net revenue in respect of each item sold containing the Accepted Artwork or Design or a percentage of the licenses fee net revenue to a Licensee in accordance with the terms of the the Client’s Licensing Agreement.

§4.3.2) The billing is done the latest at the end of each year. The Client will inform the Artist about numbers of items sold through the online portal. The Client will pay all invoices within 30 days after receipt of invoice from the Artist.

§4.3.3) For any piece not sold but given to third parties as compensation, incentive, or advertisement, will not be taken into consideration for payment. Also we do not account defective products, e.g. due to manufacturing errors. (Either the accounted revenue is ZERO (o,– EUR) or the fixed fee does not account for such items)

§4.3.4) Expenses, especially travel- and accommodation costs and other additional expenditures will not be reimbursed.

§4.3.5) The Artist is obliged to write an invoice to the Client.

§4.4) Notification: At any usage in accordance with the terms of this Licensing Agreement, the Client shall notify you via email which shall stipulate the Purpose and Price (expected net revenue at the time the Accepted Artwork and Design was licensed). You acknowledge that The Client shall not be in breach of this clause if your email spam filter (or any similar technology) prevents any notification email from arriving in your inbox.

§4.5) Tax and similar charges: You shall be responsible for the filing of all tax returns and the payment of all income tax and charges of a similar nature raised or charged in respect of all monies due to you pursuant to this agreement.

§4.6) Full and final compensation: You expressly agree and acknowledge that any payment due is in full and final compensation for all rights granted hereunder and (without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing) you expressly acknowledge that you shall not be entitled to any further fees or compensation from the Client in respect of the exploitation of the Accepted Artwork or Design.

§4.7) Fixed and Variable Fee Table

Applicable for Type-A and Type-B Products

No Licence

Non-Exclusive Licence

Exclusive Licence

1. Fabrics, Art-Lining
(Class 24)

0 %

0 %

9 %

2. Clothing, Footwear, Headwear (Class 25)

0 %

0 %

2 %

3. Jewellery, Clocks, Watches (Class 14)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

4. Leather, Bags, Cases
(Class 18)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

5. Prints, Photographs, Lithographs (Class 16)

0 %

5 %

35 %

6. Furniture, Frames (Class 20)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

7. Household, Cosmetic utensils, Glassware, Porcelain (Class 21)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

8. Dressmakers articles
(Class 26)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

9. Carpets, Rugs, Hangings
(Class 27)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

10. Games, Toys (Class 28)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

11. Beverages (Alcoholic / Non-Alcoholic)
(Class 32 and Class 33)

0 %

0,5 %

0,5 %

12. Smoking articles and accessories (Class 34)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

13. Coverings for floors and walls (Class 27)

0 %

1 %

2 %

14. Canvas and raw fibrous textile material (Class 22)

0 %

1 %

2 %

15. Musical instruments
(Class 15)

0 %

0,5 %

2 %

For Type-C products an additional 10 % are added to the Type-A and Type-B scheme.


§5) SUBMISSION, ACCEPTANCE AND PROPERTY OF ARTWORK AND DESIGNS

§5.1) Submission: Upon submission of an Artwork to the Client, the Client shall, at its sole discretion, decide whether such Artwork shall be accepted for usage by the Client. No fee, cancellation fee or expenses will be paid for rejected Artworks or Designs.

§5.2) Acceptance of Artwork or Design: The Client may accept or reject any Artwork and Design submitted to it in its sole and absolute discretion. Once accepted, the Client also reserves the right to remove an Accepted Artwork from the collection and product portfolio.

§5.3) Intellectual Property Rights: Subject to the terms of this agreement, all Intellectual Property Rights in an Accepted Artwork shall at all times be and remain your property.

§5.4) Pre-Purchase Right of full copyright or original: The Client receives a pre-buy right of the intellectual property rights and the original of an Accepted Artwork or Design. Upon information by the Artist to the Client, BusinessPunks needs to confirm its purchase or non-purchase decision within 21 days.

§5.5) Moral Rights in Accepted Artwork and Designs: You hereby waive in favour of BusinessPunks, the Client, and all its assignees and successors in title all moral rights in the Accepted Artwork (i.e. the right to be identified as its author and object to its derogatory treatment) to which you may be entitled under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended from time to time and under all similar legislation from time to time in force anywhere in the world.

§5.6) Submission of the Artwork or Design: The Artist is obliged to convert the Accepted Artworks and Designs into producible final artwork, if not digital already, the Artist has to professionally digitalize the Artwork and Design, and to transmit this as a digital file to the Client through cloud storage services (e.g. Wetransfer; in case the Artist has no access to a cloud storage, the Client will provide access to such a service). The minimum standards, requirements and parameters will be submitted by the Client to the Artist in time.


§6) THE ARTISTS UNDERTAKINGS AND OBLIGATIONS

§6.1) Ownership: You are the sole owner of the Intellectual Property Rights in the Accepted Artwork and have full authority to enter into this agreement.

§6.2) Non licences: You have not licensed any Intellectual Property Rights in the Accepted Artwork to any third party prior to submitting it to the Client violating other contractual agreements.

§6.3) Additional Information: All captions, metadata, descriptions, headlines and tags in relation to the Accepted Artwork and Design are accurate and truthful.

§6.4) Infringement: Accepted Artwork or Design does not incorporate any material that infringes the Intellectual Property Rights of any third party.

§6.5) Criminal or civil liability: The Accepted Artwork does not contain any obscene, blasphemous or defamatory matter, and its exploitation shall not place any person in contempt of court, in breach of any provision of any statute or give rise to any other criminal or civil liability;

§6.6) Full and reasonable third party enquiry: You are not aware, having made full and reasonable enquiry, of any claim by any third party that the Accepted Artwork or Design or any pre-existing material incorporating the Accepted Artwork or included within the Accepted Artwork, or the exploitation of the Accepted Artwork by either party, has infringed or will infringe any Intellectual Property Rights or any other rights of any third party and you agree that you shall immediately inform the Client if you become aware of any such claim; and

§6.7) Third-party permissions and agreements: You have used all reasonable endeavours to secure all third-party permissions and releases necessary to grant the Licensed Rights to the Client and have made or will make in a timely manner all payments due to any such third parties necessary to enable the Client to exercise the rights granted to it under this agreement. You hereby acknowledge that the Client shall not be liable for any such payments.

§6.8) Indemnification: You hereby indemnify and hold harmless the Client and shall at all times keep the Client indemnified against all actions, proceedings, costs, claims and damages whatsoever incurred by or awarded against the Client and compensation agreed by the Client in consequence of any breach or non-performance by you of any of the warranties and undertakings in this agreement.

§6.9) Offer, licence, sell exclusively licenced Artworks and Designs: The Artist is obliged not to offer, licence, or sell the designs and artworks accepted by the Client to any other party in the same business area as the Client according to the Non-Exclusive or Exclusive licence agreement. The Artist has to contact the Client beforehand and get approval of the Client in case the Artist intends to do so based on an exclusive licence agreement

§6.10) Confidentiality: The Artist agrees using any information and material provided by the Client, only for the purposes mentioned in this contract, and that this will kept confidential by the Artist.

§6.11) Penalty: In case the Artist does not comply and not follow the agreement in the Client will collect a contractual penalty of minimum 20.000,– EUR or higher (after evaluation), payable within 2 weeks to the Clients accounts.


§7)  PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

§7.1) The Client shall immediately notify you in writing giving full particulars if any of the following matters come to its attention:

§7.1.1) Infringement of IP rights: Any actual, suspected or threatened infringement of the Intellectual Property Rights in the Accepted Artwork or Design.

§7.1.2) Infringement claims made: Any claim made or threatened that the Accepted Artwork or Design infringes the rights of any third party.

§7.1.3) Attack, Charge, or Claim: Any other form of attack, charge or claim to which the Intellectual Property Rights in the Accepted Artwork may be subject.

§7.2) In respect of any of the matters listed in the clauses “Protection of Intellectual Property”, it is acknowledged that,

§7.2.1) Decision on actions: You shall, at your absolute discretion, decide what action to take, if any.

§7.2.2) Control of proceedings: You shall have exclusive control over, and conduct of, all claims and proceedings;

§7.2.3) Admissions by BusinessPunks: The Client shall not make any admissions other than to you and the Client shall, at your cost, provide you with all assistance that you may reasonably require in the conduct of any claims or proceedings; and

§7.2.4) Costs of proceedings: You shall bear the cost of any proceedings and shall be entitled to retain all sums recovered in any action for your own account.


§8)  TERM AND TERMINATION

This agreement shall continue until terminated by either party in accordance with this clause.

§8.1) Immediate Termination: This agreement may be terminated immediately by either party for failure of the other party to comply with any material term of the agreement, if after thirty 90 days of receipt of notice of such failure, the default is not cured. Upon termination of this agreement for any reason and subject to any express provisions set out elsewhere in this agreement:

§8.2) Ceasing of rights and licences:   All rights and licences granted pursuant to this agreement shall cease, save that:

§8.2.1) The Client’s right to use the Accepted Artwork to promote shall continue following the date of termination, albeit solely for use within existing promotional material at the date of termination; and

§8.2.2) such termination will not affect the terms of any BusinessPunks Licensing Agreement and any such licence will continue in full force and effect according to its terms, and

§8.2.3) such termination will not affect existing products on stock or at points of sales or while in production process or such binding agreement with a business partner, until the total sellout of the products

§8.2.4) unless already removed, the Accepted Artwork or Design may be removed from the Website within [28] Business Days of the date of termination or, in case products are still available, after the total sellout.


§9)  MISCELLANEOUS

§9.1) Third Party licensing: BusinessPunks shall be entitled to assign or license all the rights granted to it under this agreement to any third party without notice to you. You shall not be entitled to assign or sub-license your rights under this agreement.

§9.2) Communication via email: All notices to be served in accordance with this agreement may be served by email. The email address of BusinessPunks shall be as displayed on the Website from time to time and your email address shall be as set out in this contract or registered account details on the Website, as may be amended from time to time.

§9.3) Severability clause: If any provision or part-provision of this agreement is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or part-provision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of this agreement

§9.4) Sole agreement: This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes and extinguishes all previous agreements, promises, assurances, warranties, representations and understandings between them, whether written or oral, relating to its subject matter.

§9.5) Amendments: Amendments or additions to this contract need to be made in writing to take effect. This is also applicable for the amendment to the clause heading the previous sentence.

§9.6) Place of jurisdiction: This agreement shall be governed by and read in and construed in accordance with the Laws of Germany and the parties hereto submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Germany in Bavaria (Bayern) in the City of Munich (München) for the settlement of any disputes hereunder.


APPENDIX

§10) NICE CLASSIFICATIONS

Source: http://www.wipo.int/classifications/nice/nclpub/en/fr/20190101/classheadings/

Class 1 includes mainly chemical products for use in industry, science and agriculture, including those which go to the making of products belonging to other classes.

Class 2 includes mainly paints, colorants and preparations used for protection against corrosion.

 Class 3 includes mainly non-medicated toiletry preparations, as well as cleaning preparations for use in the home and other environments.

Class 4 includes mainly industrial oils and greases, fuels and illuminants.

Class 5 includes mainly pharmaceuticals and other preparations for medical or veterinary purposes.

Class 6 includes mainly unwrought and partly wrought common metals, including ores, as well as certain goods made of common metals.

Class 7 includes mainly machines and machine tools, motors and engines.

Class 8 includes mainly hand-operated tools and implements for performing tasks, such as drilling, shaping, cutting and piercing.

Class 9 includes mainly apparatus and instruments for scientific or research purposes, audiovisual and information technology equipment, as well as safety and life-saving equipment.

Class 10 includes mainly surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus, instruments and articles generally used for the diagnosis, treatment or improvement of function or condition of persons and animals.

Class 11 includes mainly environmental control apparatus and installations, in particular, for the purposes of lighting, cooking, cooling and sanitizing.

Class 12 includes mainly vehicles and apparatus for the transport of people or goods by land, air or water.

Class 13 includes mainly firearms and pyrotechnic products.

Class 14 includes mainly precious metals and certain goods made of precious metals or coated therewith, as well as jewellery, clocks and watches, and component parts therefor.

Class 15 includes mainly musical instruments, their parts and their accessories.

Class 16 includes mainly paper, cardboard and certain goods made of those materials, as well as office requisites.

Class 17 includes mainly electrical, thermal and acoustic insulating materials and plastics for use in manufacture in the form of sheets, blocks and rods, as well as certain goods made of rubber, gutta-percha, gum, asbestos, mica or substitutes therefor.

Class 18 includes mainly leather, imitations of leather and certain goods made of those materials.

Class 19 includes mainly materials, not of metal, for building and construction.

Class 20 includes mainly furniture and parts therefor, as well as certain goods made of wood, cork, reed, cane, wicker, horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl, meerschaum and substitutes for all these materials, or of plastic.

Class 21 includes mainly small, hand-operated utensils and apparatus for household and kitchen use, as well as cosmetic and toilet utensils, glassware and certain goods made of porcelain, ceramic, earthenware, terra-cotta or glass.

Class 22 includes mainly canvas and other materials for making sails, rope, padding, cushioning and stuffing materials and raw fibrous textile materials.

Class 23 includes mainly natural or synthetic yarns and threads for textile use.

Class 24 includes mainly fabrics and fabric covers for household use.

Class 25 includes mainly clothing, footwear and headwear for human beings.

Class 26 includes mainly dressmakers’ articles, natural or synthetic hair for wear, and hair adornments, as well as small decorative items intended to adorn a variety of objects, not included in other classes.

Class 27 includes mainly products intended to be added as coverings to previously constructed floors and walls.

Class 28 includes mainly toys, apparatus for playing games, sports equipment, amusement and novelty items, as well as certain articles for Christmas trees.

Class 29 includes mainly foodstuffs of animal origin, as well as vegetables and other horticultural comestible products which are prepared or preserved for consumption.

Class 30 includes mainly foodstuffs of plant origin, except fruits and vegetables, prepared or preserved for consumption, as well as auxiliaries intended for the improvement of the flavour of food.

Class 31 includes mainly land and sea products not having been subjected to any form of preparation for consumption, live animals and plants as well as foodstuffs for animals.

Class 32 includes mainly non-alcoholic beverages, as well as beer.

Class 33 includes mainly alcoholic beverages, essences and extracts.

Class 34 includes mainly tobacco and articles used for smoking, as well as certain accessories and containers related to their use.

Class 35 includes mainly services rendered by persons or organizations 

Class 36 includes mainly services rendered in financial and monetary affairs and services rendered in relation to insurance contracts of all kinds.

Class 37 includes mainly services rendered by contractors or subcontractors in the construction or making of permanent buildings, as well as services rendered by persons or organizations engaged in the restoration of objects to their original condition or in their preservation without altering their physical or chemical properties.

Class 38 includes mainly services allowing at least one person to communicate with another by a sensory means. 

Class 39 includes mainly services for the transport of people, animals or goods from one place to another (by rail, road, water, air or pipeline) and services necessarily connected with such transport, as well as services relating to the storing of goods in a warehouse or other building for their preservation or guarding.

Class 40 includes mainly services not included in other classes, rendered by the mechanical or chemical processing, transformation or production of objects or inorganic or organic substances, including custom manufacturing services. For the purposes of classification, the production or manufacturing of goods is considered a service only in cases where it is effected for the account of another person to their order and specification. If the production or manufacturing is not being performed to fulfil an order for goods which meet the customer’s particular needs, requirements, or specifications, then it is generally ancillary to the maker’s primary commercial activity or goods in trade. If the substance or object is marketed to third parties by the person who processed, transformed or produced it, then this would generally not be considered a service.

Class 41 covers mainly services rendered by persons or institutions in the development of the mental faculties of persons or animals, as well as services intended to entertain or to engage the attention.

Class 42 includes mainly services provided by persons, individually or collectively, in relation to the theoretical and practical aspects of complex fields of activities; such services are provided by members of professions such as chemists, physicists, engineers, computer programmers, etc.

Class 43 includes mainly services provided by persons or establishments whose aim is to prepare food and drink for consumption and services provided to obtain bed and board in hotels, boarding houses or other establishments providing temporary accommodation.

Class 44 includes mainly medical care, hygienic and beauty care given by persons or establishments to human beings and animals; it also includes services relating to the fields of agriculture, horticulture and forestry.

Class 45 includes mainly legal services; security services for the physical protection of tangible property and individuals; personal and social services rendered by others to meet the needs of individuals.

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Signed On: 14. December 2018

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