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What is Patentable in the UK

Written by Jane Coyle on 01 May 2008

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A patent may only be granted in respect of an invention if the invention is new; involves an inventive step; is capable of industrial application; and is not specifically excluded from protection as a patent. Patent law in the UK conforms to the standards imposed by the Paris Convention, TRIPS and the EPC

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