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  • Zimbabwe Intellectual Property Tribunal hands down first judgement

    On 14 February 2018, the Intellectual Property Tribunal (IPT) convened and heard its first matter following its establishment in 2010. The case of Bayer AG v Milborrow Animal Health (Zimbabwe) (Pvt) Ltd (IPT 01/17 was argued and judgment in the matter was reserved and ultimately [...]

  • World Intellectual Property (IP) Day

    World Intellectual Property (IP) Day is celebrated on 26 April each year. It was established by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in 2000 in commemoration of the day the Convention establishing WIPO came into force. The day is celebrated by Intellectual Property Offices, IP [...]

  • Information guide to residential property transfer

    CONVEYANCING Conveyancing describes the legal procedure whereby the ownership of immovable property is transferred. Property ownership in Zimbabwe is recorded in the Registrar of Deeds’ Office which deals with conventional and sectional title property ownership. Conveyancing is a complex process involving many role-players, all managed [...]

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Intellectual Property Law in Zimbabwe

Intellectual property law deals with the protection of creativity and innovation. Zimbabwean law recognises a number of intellectual property rights that require formal registration in the Zimbabwe Intellectual Property Office (ZIPO) or the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) or under the Madrid International Trademark System (Madrid System) before such rights can be protected and enforced against third parties in Zimbabwe.

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