LAW ON PROTECTION OF TOPOGRAPHIES
OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS7
This Law regulates the grant of protection of topographies of integrated circuits.
For the purposes of this Law
- “An integrated Circuit” shall mean the final or intermediate form of any product intended to perform an electronic function and where there are elements, where at least one is active, and one or all of intermediates are integrally established in the part of material or of the part of material, i.e. in and on the part of material.
- “The topography of integrated circuit” (hereinafter: topography) shall mean the three-dimensional disposition however expressed of the elements, where at least one is active, and intermediates in the integrated circuits, or those three-dimensional disposition prepared for production of an integrated circuits, and
- “Commercial exploitation” of topography means the manufacture, sale, rental, leasing or any other method of commercial distribution directly relating to a topography or integrated circuit, produced on the basis of the respective topography.