Section 26

Patent not to be impugned for lack of unity

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26. No person may in any proceeding object to a patent or to an amendment of a specification of a patent on the ground that the claims contained in the specification of the patent, as they stand or, as the case may be, as proposed to be amended, relate -

  • (a) to more than one invention, or
  • (b) to a group of inventions which are not so linked as to form a single inventive concept.
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