Industrial property rights are defined as private rights registered to protect the investments of their owners, by improving their products, designs, or trademarks, and industrial design is legally concerned with the aesthetic appearance of the product, and it may consist of three-dimensional features; As product shape, or 2D features; Such as patterns, fonts, as well as colors, that were used in making the product, and industrial design protects the products that use it; Such as preventing other parties from manufacturing it, or producing copies similar to it, and industrial designs include a large number of industrial and handmade products; Containers, and household furniture, as well as jewelry, electronic appliances, and finally textiles.

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