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(1)For the purposes of this Act—
(a)the fact that the address of any person registered in any register kept under [F1the M1Patents Act 1977 or the M2Registered Designs Act 1949] or in the register of trade marks kept under [F2the Trade Marks Act 1994] is an address in enemy territory within the meaning of the Trading with the M3Enemy Act 1939 shall be prima facie evidence that that person is resident in that territory, and
(b)the fact that in any such register a person is stated to be of a particular nationality shall be prima facie evidence that he is of that nationality.
(2)No order made by the comptroller under this Act shall be held to be invalid by reason only that any decision made for the purposes of the order that a particular person is an enemy or an enemy subject is wrong.
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