I. Requirements for Denmark after EP grant
I.1 Translation requirements
Irrespective of the language of the granted patent, a translation of the claims into Danish must be supplied.
No further requirements if the European patent has been granted in English.
If the European patent has been granted in French or German, a translation of the other parts of the European patent into English or Danish must be supplied.
I.2 Professional representative
I.3 Period for filing the translation
3 months after the date on which the mention of the grant, maintenance in amended form or limitation of the European patent is published in the European Patent Bulletin.
I.4 Office fee
(a) DKK 2 000
(b) Within period pursuant to section I.3
I.5 Special features
The claims must be filed in Danish.
The number of the European patent and the name and address of the patent proprietor must accompany the translation.
If the patent has been granted in German or French, the translation of the remaining content into Danish or English shall also include:
1. The title of the invention
2. The description, including any drawings, photographs and sequence listing
If the abovementioned requirements are not complied with, the translation shall be deemed not to have been filed.
II. Double-patenting allowed?
Simultaneous protection is not excluded.
Applies equally to utility models (a separate request is to be made).
Territory of the Kingdom of Denmark with the exception of Greenland and the Faroe Islands