IP rights are temporal rights. So they do expire with time. In effect section 19 of schedule III of the Bangui accord of 1977 as amended in 1999 provides that “the registration of a trademark is valid only for ten years with effect from the date of filing; but the ownership of a trade mark may be maintained indefinitely upon successive renewals every ten years”. Renewals are also the object of recordation.
The details we shall require to prepare and file your application for renewal would include: