Plant Variety Protection (PVP) Rights, equal to what is known in some countries as Plant Breeder’s Rights, is among the new regimes of IPR introduced to Indonesia in 2000 following the country’s joining to TRIPS. The rights is administered by the PVP Office of the Ministry of Agriculture instead of the Indonesian IP Office. While Indonesia is yet to join the UPOV, proceedings and the protection threshold applied by the PVP Office follow closely those of the international standards, with Novelty, Distinctiveness, Uniformity and Stability being the absolute condition for registrability.
Services offered by the AMR Partnership related to PVP Rights shall include, but not limited to:
THE INDONESIAN PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION LAW
BRIEF GUIDELINES FOR FILING INDONESIAN PVPRIGHTS APPLICATIONS
TIMELINES OF INDONESIAN PVP RIGHTS APPLICATION PROCESS