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The Patentee's Manual: Being a Treatise on the Law and Practice of Letters ... - Page 341
by James Johnson (of the Middle Temple.), John Henry Johnson - 1884 - 489 pages
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Abstract of Reported Cases Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions ...

Ralph Hare Griffin - Law reports, digests, etc - 1887 - 362 pages
...commencement of this Act in the patent office. Definitions. 46. In and for the purposes of this Act — " Patent" means letters patent for an invention : "...means the person for the time being entitled to the Cf. a. 87. benefit of a patent : " Invention " means any manner of new manufacture the subject of letters...
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Patents Conveyancing: Being a Collection of Precedents in Conveyancing in ...

Robert Morris - Conveyancing - 1887 - 443 pages
...110. (s) See pp. 6 — 8, ante. (t) Sect. 18, sub-sect. 8. (M) Sect. 18, sub-sect. 1. (v) This term means the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of the patent, and is so defined by soct. 46. It does not seem, therefore, that the grantee, after he...
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A Digest of the Law and Practice of Letters Patent for Inventions: Including ...

Clement Higgins, George Edwardes Jones - Law reports, digests, etc - 1890 - 584 pages
...the invention granted to, his legal representative. Sect. 46. In and for the purposes of this Act, "Patentee" means the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of a patent. (2.) Every such apphcation must be made within six months of the decease of such person, and must contain...
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Key and Elphinstone's Compendium of Precedents in Conveyancing, Volume 2

Thomas Key - Conveyancing - 1890
...of 46 & 47 Vic. c. 57. Such application must be made by the '• patentee," who. by s. 40, is " the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of a patent; "so that in the case of an absolute assignment the provision will not be necessary. (ft) It is usually...
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Principles of the Law of Personal Property: Intended for the Use of Students ...

Joshua Williams, Thomas Cyprian Williams - Conveyancing - 1894 - 620 pages
...1852 (k), it was required to be filed only. Under the Patents Act of 1883 (/.), an applicant or the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of a patent (in) may, from time Amendment r>f specification. (/) See ante, p. 299. (g) Sect. 14. (A) Sect. 15....
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The Law and Practice Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions

Thomas Terrell - Patent laws and legislation - 1895 - 605 pages
...specification must be made under section 18. " The patentee," as has been pointed out in a previous chapter, means the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of the patent, while " the applicant " means the person whose patent has not yet been sealed, but whose...
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The Judicial Dictionary, of Words and Phrases Judicially ..., Volume 3

Frederick Stroud - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1903 - 2302 pages
...illustration). PATENT DEFECT.— V. DEFECT. PATENT MEDICINE.— V. POISON. PATENTEE. —Qua the Patent Acts, " 'Patentee' means, the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of a PATENT " (s. 4G, 46 & 47 V. c. 57); but an Assignee of a Patent is not on the same favourable footing as regards...
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The Judicial Dictionary, of Words and Phrases Judicially Interpreted, to ...

Frederick Stroud - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1903 - 2302 pages
...Scott, 6 CBNS 771; 28 LJ CP 325). " Invented Word "; V. FANCY WORD. INVENTION. — Qua the Patent Acts "'Invention,' means, any manner of NEW MANUFACTURE the subject of Letters Patent " (s. 46, 46 & 47 V. c. 57). V. NATURE. INVENTOR.— V. FIRST INVENTOU. stood usage of business men;...
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Goodeve's Modern Law of Personal Property

Louis Arthur Goodeve - Electronic books - 1904 - 475 pages
...special provisions, apply also to Scotland and Ireland,6 and to the Isle of Man.0 In the above Acts, "patent" means letters patent for an invention ; "...means the person for the time being entitled to the patent ; and " invention " means " any manner of new manufacture the subject of letters patent and...
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Statutory Proclamations of the Transvaal, 1900-1902: (revised to 31st ...

Transvaal (Colony) - Law - 1904 - 531 pages
...means any country, colony, or state other than this Colony, and whether a British possession or not. " Patentee " means the person for the time being entitled to the benefit of a patent. " Person " means and includes corporation. " Legal representative " means the heirs or executors of...
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