Subject to certain exceptions1, a patent has the same effect against the Crown as it has against a subject2. The rights of any government department to make use of patented inventions for the services of the Crown3 are not, however, affected by the statutory provisions4 which permit, in certain circumstances, claims against the Crown for infringement of a patent
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