The right in a registered design subsists in the first instance for a period of five years from the date of the registration of the design1. The period for which the right subsists may be extended for a second, third, fourth and fifth period of five years, by applying to the registrar for an extension and paying the prescribed renewal fee2. If the first, second, third or fourth period expires without such application and payment being made, the right ceases to have effect; and the registrar must notify the proprietor3 of that fact4. If during the period of six
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