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The curious case of India's working of patents and Form 27 statements – a critique


Patentees in India are required to submit information about the working of patents, and even face prison if it is false. Jyoti Sagar and Deepa Kachroo Tiku argue Form 27 is unnecessary

Legislative foundation Section 146(1) of the Indian Patent Act empowers the Controller to direct any patentee or licensee to furnish a statement describing the extent of the commercial working of the concerned patent in India. Section 146(2) takes it one step...


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