General Administration of Customs Announcement No. 59 of 2011 (filed on Customs Protection of Intellectual Property revocation matters)
1, where Customs has been approved and are "regulations" second paragraph of Article IX and XI of the case record on Customs Protection of Intellectual Property Rights (hereinafter referred to as the "record"), the Customs Department has the right to revoke.
Second, IPR customs protection of interested parties under the "Regulations" provisions of Article XI apply for revocation of the record, it shall submit an application to the General Administration of Customs. Applicants should have a clear application and the applicant requests it, the basic facts and reasons, together with relevant documents.
Third, the General Administration of Customs to revoke or to maintain the record of decision, should the situation prior to the investigation. Customs investigation, may request that the intellectual property rights within the prescribed time limit the defense to submit written comments.
Fourth, the Customs Department's decision to dismiss the record, shall notify in writing the intellectual property rights. Which according to stakeholders to make the decision to revoke the application, it shall notify the applicant in writing.
Interested parties to apply for revocation of the record, the Customs Department to maintain the record of decision, shall notify the applicant.
Fifth, the record from the General Administration of Customs decision to withdraw from the date of failure. The record was withdrawn and the application of intellectual property still belongs to the original record of the intellectual property rights, intellectual property rights since the filing of the revocation within one year from the date of re-filing of the intellectual property rights to the General Administration of Customs, the Customs Department may not be be accepted.
Sixth, the announcement from the September 28, 2011 shall come into force.
September 25, 2011