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Unified Patent Protection in Europe: A Commentary$
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Winfried Tilmann and Clemens Plassmann

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198755463

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2021

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198755463.001.0001

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Examination as to formal requirements, recording in the register, assignment (Court of First Instance, revocation action) and designation of the judge-rapporteur

Examination as to formal requirements, recording in the register, assignment (Court of First Instance, revocation action) and designation of the judge-rapporteur

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(p.1585) Rule 47 Examination as to formal requirements, recording in the register, assignment (Court of First Instance, revocation action) and designation of the judge-rapporteur
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Unified Patent Protection in Europe: A Commentary
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Martin Faehndrich

Alexander Klicznik

Max Tilmann

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198755463.003.0239

The notification also serves to ensure the exchange of information for any opposition proceedings that might still be pending before the EPO. In the context of administrative and legal cooperation pursuant to Art 131 EPC, the EPO has an obligation towards the courts and authorities of the Member States to provide information for the purpose of ensuring a mutual exchange of information. In this regard, Art 131 EPC merely refers to a request to communicate information, but the notification by the UPC may be understood by the EPO as a request within the meaning of Art 131 EPC. The EPO may then make a corresponding notification to the Court on the opposition proceedings pending with regard to the patent.

Keywords:   exchange of information, self-explanatory, Registry

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