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Page 744 - 108. The Governor-General may make regulations, not inconsistent with this Act, prescribing all matters which by this Act are required or permitted to be prescribed or which are necessary or convenient to be prescribed for giving effect to this Act or for the conduct of any business relating to the Patent Office. Publication and Effect of Regulations. 109.
Page 830 - Assignment and Transmission of Trade Mark. 42. A trade mark, when registered, shall be assigned and transmitted only in connexion with the goodwill of the business concerned in the particular goods or classes of goods for which it has been registered, and shall be determinable with that goodwill. Alteration of Registered Mark. 43.
Page 658 - register kept under this Ordinance, or a writing falsely purporting to be a copy of any entry in any such register, or produces or tenders or causes to be produced or tendered in evidence any such writing, knowing the entry or writing to be false, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour.
Page 636 - to extend the term of the patent for a further term not exceeding seven, or, in exceptional cases, fourteen years; or to order the grant of a new patent for the term therein mentioned, and containing any restrictions, conditions and provisions that the Court may think fit. (6) It shall be lawful for the
Page 697 - by this Ordinance, or any rules made thereunder, to make or do, shall be prima facie evidence of the entry having been made, and of the contents thereof, and of the matter or thing having been done or left undone. Orders Affecting Registrar May Be Made by the Judge.
Page 828 - or figures, or combination of letters ; words, or figures, or of any of them, but the applicant for registration of any such additional matter must state in his application the essential particulars of the trade mark, and must disclaim in his application any right to the exclusive use of the added matter, and a copy of
Page 636 - praying that his patent may be extended for a further term, but such petition must be presented at least six months before the time limited for the expiration of the patent. (2) Any person may enter a caveat, addressed to the Clerk of the Executive Committee at the Office of the Colonial Secretary, against the extension.
Page 663 - against the extension. (3) If it be made to appear by the patentee that he has been inadequately remunerated by his patent, it shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council to extend the term of the patent for a further term not exceeding seven, or in exceptional cases fourteen years; or to order the grant of
Page 724 - 20. All cases connected with the intricate and multifarious proceedings arising from the working of the Patent Office, which are not specially defined and provided for in these Rules, will be decided in accordance with the merits of each case under the authority of the Commissioner; and such decision will be communicated to the interested parties in writing.