An application for a declaration of invalidity may be made to the registrar in relation to a design at any time after the design has been registered1. An application for a declaration of invalidity must be in the prescribed form and include a statement of the grounds on which the application is made2. The statement of grounds must include a concise statement of the facts and grounds on which the applicant relies and be verified by a statement of truth3. The registrar4 must send a copy of the form and the statement of case to the registered proprietor5. The
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