(1) Name, nationality and address of the applicant.
(2) Title of the design or its intended purpose.
(3) Name and country or territory of residence of the designer.
(4) Description of novelty claimed, including the geometrical and ornamental details of the design in official language (preferably not exceeding 150 words in Portuguese or 400 Chinese characters).
(5) Graphical representations or photographs of the design.
(6) Declaration by which the designer opposes the disclosure of his identity, where applicable.
(7) Priority data and documents, if applicable (with certified Portuguese translation; documents should be submitted within 3 months after application date).
(8) Power of Attorney (notarized; may be submitted later).
Oppositions can be submitted between the publication of disclosure notice in the Official Bulletin and the grant of the design registration. Objections shall be transmitted to the applicant who may respond within 2 months counted from notification of the opposition.
The design registration is valid for 5 years from the date of filing of the application. This term may be renewed up to a maximum validity period of 25 years.