Where an order for the restoration of the right in a registered design (other an international registration)1 is made2, anything done under or in relation to the right during the period between expiry and restoration is treated as valid3; and anything done during that period which would have constituted an infringement if the right had not expired is treated as an infringement4:
(1) if done at a time when it was possible for an application for an extension5 to be made6; or
(2) if it was a continuation or repetition of an earlier infringing act7.
If, after it was no
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