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The Patents, Trade Marks and Designs (Address For Service and Time Limits, etc) Rules 2006

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Amendment of the Registered Designs Rules 1995

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13.—(1) For rule 42 there shall be substituted—

Registration of interests

42.(1) The following matters are prescribed for the purposes of section 17(1)(c)—

(a)the registered proprietor’s address for service;

(b)the grant or cancellation of a licence under a registered design;

(c)the granting or cancelling of a security interest (whether fixed or floating) over a registered design or any right in or under it;

(d)an order of a court or other competent authority transferring a registered design or any right in or under it.

(2) An application to the registrar to enter in the register a matter not mentioned in paragraph (1) or section 17(1)(a) or (b) shall be made in writing.

(3) An application under section 19(1) or (2) shall be made on Designs Form 12A.

(4) Where the registrar has doubts about whether he should enter a matter in the register—

(a)he shall inform the person making the application of the reasons for his doubts; and

(b)he may require that person to furnish evidence in support of the application..

(2) Rules 43 to 45 shall be omitted.

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