The Patents Act 2004 (Commencement No. 2 and Consequential, etc. and Transitional Provisions) Order 2004

Article 2 of this Order brings into force, on 1st January 2005, a number of provisions of the Patents Act 2004, all but one of which make amendments to the Patents Act 1977 (“the 1977 Act”). The Order also makes a number of consequential, incidental or supplementary amendments to the Patents Rules 1995, and makes appropriate transitional provision.

1.Remedies in entitlement proceedings.

2.Restrictions on applications abroad.

3.Compensation of employees for certain inventions.

4.Enforcement of damages.

5.Threats of infringement proceedings.

6.Costs and expenses in court proceedings.

7. Removal of references to the Community Patent Convention.

8.Jurisdiction over post-grant amendment.

9.Patent Co-operation Treaty.

10.Comptroller’s annual report.

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