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According to the website of the Council of the European Union, Portugal has now deposited its instrument of ratification (on 28 August 2015) to become the eighth country to complete its ratification formalities. Portugal joins Luxembourg, Malta, Denmark, Belgium, Sweden, France and Austria as one of the eight countries who have completed their ratification processes.
Regular readers will recall that we noted last month that Portugal had ratified the UPC Agreement but had not deposited its instrument of ratification in Brussels. Now that Portugal has completed all of the formalities we have updated our ratification infographic (for an answer to the question “What’s up with this infographic?“, please see the bottom of the post!”).
From IPcopy reader Gonçalo Paiva e Sousa comes news that the Portuguese president has apparently ratified the UPC Agreement.
Gonçalo’s comment in full reads:
“The Portuguese president has ratified the UPC Agreement, after the parliament approval. It is now official that Portugal has ratified the Unitary Patent Court Agreement – Presidential Decree n.º 90/2015 dated August 6, 2015.”