I. Requirements for Cyprus after EP grant
I.1 Translation requirements
A translation of the patent specification into Greek must be supplied.
I.2 Professional representative
Applicants must appoint an authorized professional representative resident in Cyprus who is entitled to practice law in Cyprus.
I.3 Period for filing the translation
3 months after the date on which the mention of the grant or the decision to maintain the patent as amended is published in the European Patent Bulletin
I.4 Office fee
EUR 100. Must be paid within time period mentioned in section I.3
II. Double-patenting allowed?
No; to the extent that it protects the same invention, the national patent ceases to have effect from the date on which
(a) the period for filing the notice of opposition to the European patent expires without such notice being filed, or
(b) the opposition proceedings are finally closed, the European patent having been maintained.
(c) the national patent is granted if such date falls after that provided for in (a) or (b).
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