Describe five grounds upon which a patent registration might be revoked
Grounds upon which a patent registration might be revoked
- If the patent is obvious to those skilled in the art to which it relates.
- If the complete (application form) specification Amounts to a representation.
- If the patent is no longer useful.
- Where the complete specification does not sufficiently or fairly describe the nature or method used to perform the invention.
- If the patent had already been registered by another person.
- If the patent is ambiguous