After a patent has been granted1 for an invention2, any person having or claiming a proprietary interest in or under the patent may refer to the comptroller3 the question:
(1) who is or are the true proprietor or proprietors of the patent4;
(2) whether the patent should have been granted5 to the person or persons to whom it was granted6; or
(3) whether any right7 in or under the patent should be transferred8 or granted to any other person or persons9.
The comptroller must determine the question and make such order as he thinks fit to give effect to the
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