Any amendment of the specification of a patent1 allowed by the comptroller2 or the court3 has effect and is deemed always to have had effect from the grant of the patent4. It is unlikely, therefore, that the right to make any lawful amendment can be challenged except on the ground of fraud5, although there is power to revoke a patent where the matter disclosed
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