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The patent office of Venezuela is the Servicio Autonomo de Propiedad Intelectual.

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[edit] Patent office case law

According to a pro-free-software Venezuelan blogger, the patent office of Venezuela doesn't grant software patents.[1] He also mentions that the patent office's computer systems run GNU/Linux, which is usually a positive sign.

[edit] Legislation

Patents are granted based on the law "Ley. Art. 5 LPI.". The definition of patentable subject matter is in "Art.14. LPI" and exceptions to patentability are noted in "Art. 15".[2] Possibly also of interest: Art. 22. LPI.

(Can you help? anyone know where we can link to an online copy of these laws?)

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[edit] References

  1. http://web.archive.org/web/20070829121817/http://localfoss.org/Venezuelan_FOSS_1
  2. (broken link, please help find a replacement) http://www.sapi.gob.ve//content/view/177/1/


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