Article 29

1. The Office shall notify the International Bureau within a period of five years of the date of the international registration in the following cases:
(a) where the EU trade mark application on which the international registration was based has been withdrawn, is deemed to be withdrawn or has been refused by a final decision, in respect of all or some of the goods or services listed in the international registration;
(b) where the EU trade mark on which the international registration was based has ceased to have effect because it has been surrendered, has not been renewed, has been revoked, or has been declared invalid by the Office by a final decision or, on the basis of a counterclaim in infringement proceedings, by an EU trade mark court, in respect of all or some of the goods or services listed in the international registration;
(c) where the EU trade mark application or the EU trade mark on which the international registration was based has been divided into two applications or registrations.


2. The notification referred to in paragraph 1 shall include:
(a) the number of the international registration;
(b) the name of the holder of the international registration;
(c) the facts and decisions affecting the basic application or registration, as well as the effective date of those facts and decisions;
(d) in the case referred to in paragraph 1(a) or (b), the request to cancel the international registration;
(e) where the act referred to in paragraph 1(a) or (b) affects the basic application or basic registration only with respect to some of the goods or services, those goods or services, or the goods or services which are not affected;
(f) in the case referred to in paragraph 1(c), the number of each EU trade mark application or registration concerned.


3. The Office shall notify the International Bureau at the end of a period of five years of the date of the international registration in the following cases:
(a) where an appeal is pending against a decision of an examiner to refuse the EU trade mark application on which the international registration was based pursuant to Article 42 of Regulation (EU) 2017/1001;
(b) where an opposition is pending against the EU trade mark application on which the international registration was based;
(c) where an application for revocation or an application for a declaration of invalidity is pending against the EU trade mark on which the international registration was based;
(d) where mention has been made in the Register of EU trade marks that a counterclaim for revocation or for declaration of invalidity has been filed before an EU trade mark court against the EU trade mark on which the international registration was based, but no mention has yet been made in the Register of the decision of the EU trade mark court on the counterclaim.


4. Once the proceedings referred to in paragraph 3 have been concluded by means of a final decision or an entry in the Register, the Office shall notify the International Bureau in accordance with paragraph 2.


5. For the purposes of paragraphs 1 and 3, an EU trade mark on which the international registration was based shall include an EU trade mark registration resulting from an EU trade mark application on which the international application was based.