For the purposes of any proceedings under the Registered Designs Act 1949, an address for service must be furnished by: (1) an applicant for the registration of a design1; (2) a person who makes an application for a declaration of invalidity of a registered design2; (3) the registered proprietor of the design who opposes such an application3. The proprietor of a registered design, or any person who has registered any interest in a registered design, may furnish an address for service on the prescribed form4. Where a person has furnished an address for service he may substitute a new
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