640. Constitution and jurisdiction of the Patents Court.

For the purposes of the legislation governing patents and registered designs court means the High Court1. All High Court proceedings under the applicable legislation2 must be started in the Patents Court, which is constituted as part of the Chancery Division3, or (where the amount or value of a claim is made for damages or an account of profits does not exceed 500,000) in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court4. The Patents Court also has an appellate jurisdiction5. For the purpose of determining any question in the exercise of its original or appellate jurisdiction under the