Except in the case of an international registration1, the registrar2 must grant a certificate of registration in the prescribed form to the registered proprietor3 of a design4 when the design is registered5. The certificate of registration of a design (other than a re-registered design or a re-registered international design, and except in the case of an international registration) must include: (1) the name of the registered proprietor; (2) the date of registration; and (3) the registration number of the design6.
Except in the case of an international registration, when a design has been registered, the registrar must publish a representation
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