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East-Timor

East-Timor, officially the Democratic Republic of East-Timor is one of the youngest countries in the world and occupies the eastern part of the island of Timor, Southeast Asia, beyond the exclave of Oecussi on the north coast of the western part of Timor, the island of Atauro, north, and the islet of Jaco, off the eastern tip of the island. The only land borders that the country has bound him to Indonesia, west of the main portion of the territory, and to the east, south and west of Oecussi, but also has maritime border with Australia in the Timor Sea to the south. With 14,874 square kilometers of territorial extension, Timor-Leste has the equivalent surface areas of the Portuguese districts of Beja and Faro added, which is still considerably smaller than the smallest Brazilian states, Sergipe. The capital is Dili, located on the north coast.

The official languages are Tétum and Portuguese.

There is still no Industrial Property system in place.

The only way to advertise Industrial Property rights is through Cautionary Notices.

We are present in this territory due to the historical links between Portugal and East-Timor and we are able to assist and represent our clients in any field of Industrial Property.