p2 syllabus part 2

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  1. Making applicationsabroad, patentability and disclosure requirements in certain countries
    • PA 23(1)(a) - Restrictions on applications abroad - the six week rule
    • 35 USC 101 - 103 Patentability in the US, differences in requirements between UK and US, one-year grace period.
    • 35 USC 112 - Specification
    • 35 USC 119 - Benefit of earlier filing (Provisional Application)
    • EPC Art 52 to 57 Patentability
    • EPC Art 79 Designation of Contracting States
    • EPC Art 93 Publication of a European patent
    • application
    • EPC Art 94 Request for examination [of a European patent]
    • Japan: know similarities and differences between patentability requirements of UK and JP. Japanese grace period and examination request system.
    • PA 23(1)(a) - Restrictions on applications abroad - the six week rule
    • 35 USC 101 - 103 Patentability in the US, differences in requirements between UK and US, one-year grace period.
    • 35 USC 112 - Specification
    • 35 USC 119 - Benefit of earlier filing (Provisional Application)
    • EPC Art 52 to 57 Patentability
    • EPC Art 79 Designation of Contracting States
    • EPC Art 93 Publication of a European patent
    • application
    • EPC Art 94 Request for examination [of a European patent]
    • Japan: know similarities and differences between patentability requirements of UK and JP. Japanese grace period and examination request system.
  2. International Applications
    PCT Chapters I and II

    • PA 89 Effect of international application for patent
    • PA 89A International and national phases of applications
    • PA 89B Adaptation of provisions in relation to international application
  3. Registered Designs effective inUK
    • RDA 1 - Registration of designs
    • RDA 1B - Requirement for individual character
    • RDA 1C - Designs dictated by their technical function
    • RDA 2 - Proprietorship of designs
    • RDA 3C - Date of registration of designs
    • RDA 7 - Right given by registration
    • RDA 7A - Infringements of rights in registered designs
    • RDA 8 - Duration of registered designs
    • RDA 11ZA - Grounds for invalidity of registration.
    • The equivalent provisions of Council Regulation (EC) No 6/2002 on Community Designs
  4. Unregistered design rights effective in the UK
    • CDPA 213 - Design right
    • CDPA 214 - The designer
    • CDPA 215 - Ownership of design right
    • CDPA 216 - Duration of design righ
    • CDPA 217 to 220 - Qualification
    • CPDA 226 to 228 - Infringement
    • CDPA 236 - Infringement of copyright
    • CDPA 237 to 239 Licences of Right
    • The provisions of Council Regulation (EC) No 6/2002 on Community Designs relating to unregistered designs
  5. Convention applications
    • Paris Convention of 1883 (as amended) Article 4
    • PA 5 - Priority Date
    • PA 6 - Disclosure of matter, etc., betweenearlier and later applications´╗┐

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