An infringement of the right in a registered design1 is actionable by the registered proprietor2. In an action for infringement all such relief by way of damages3, injunctions4, accounts or otherwise is available to him as is available in respect of the infringement of any other property right5.
If in any proceedings before the court the validity of the registration of a design is contested, and it is found by the court that the design is, to any extent, validly registered, the court may certify that the validity of the registration of the design was contested in those proceedings
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