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" At the hearing, no evidence shall, except by leave of the Court or a Judge, be admitted in proof of any alleged infringement or objection of which particulars are not so delivered. "
The Patentee's Manual: Being a Treatise on the Law and Practice of Letters ... - Page 333
by James Johnson (of the Middle Temple.), John Henry Johnson - 1884 - 489 pages
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - Great Britain - 1900
...rely, and no evidence shall, cicept by leave of the Court, bo admitted in proof of any objection uf which particulars are not so delivered. (6.) Particulars...be from time to time amended by leave of the Court. (7.) The patentee shall be entitled to begin and give evidence in support of the patent, and if the...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - Great Britain - 1904
...shall be admitted in proof of any breach or objection of which particulars are not so delivered. (2.) Particulars delivered may be from time to time amended by leave of the Court or a Judge. (3.) When a patent has been revoked on the ground of fraud, the Registrar may, on the application...
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The Electrical Review, Volume 23

Electric engineering - 1888
...objections on which he means to rely, and no evidence shall, except by leave of the Court or a judge, be admitted in proof of any objection of which particulars are not so delivered. Then in section 29 you will find that repeated in almost the same words in sub-sections 2 and 3, followed...
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