Patents Act 1990 (Cth)

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The object of this Act is to provide a patent system in Australia that promotes economic wellbeing through technological innovation and the transfer and dissemination of technology. In doing so, the patent system balances over time the interests of producers, owners and users of technology and the public.
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The object of this Act is to provide a patent system in Australia that promotes economic wellbeing through technological innovation and the transfer and dissemination of technology. In doing so, the patent system balances over time the interests of producers, owners and users of technology and the public.

Parts:

1—Introductory

2—Patent rights, ownership and validity

3—From application to acceptance

4—Publication

5—Opposition to grant of standard patent

6—Grant and term of patents

6A—Divisional applications

7—Patents of addition

9—Re-examination of standard patents

9A—Examination, re-examination and opposition-innovation patents

10—Amendments 10—Amendments

11—Infringement 11—Infringement

12—Compulsory licences and revocation of patents

13—Withdrawal and lapsing of applications and ceasing of patents

14—Contracts

15—Special provisions relating to associated technology

16—Jurisdiction and powers of courts

17—The Crown

18—Miscellaneous offences

19—The Register and official documents

20—Patent Attorneys

21—Administration

22—Miscellaneous

23—Transitional and savings provisions

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Jurisdiction Australia
Type Laws or related obligations