The international registration1 has, from the date of the international registration, at least the same effect in each designated contracting party as a regularly-filed application for the grant of protection of the industrial design under the law of that contracting party2. In each designated contracting party the office3 of which has not communicated a refusal4, the international registration has the same effect as a grant of protection for the industrial design under the law of that contracting party at the latest from the date of expiration of the period allowed for it to communicate a refusal or, where a
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