Any person1 who falsely represents that a design applied to, or incorporated in, any product sold by him is registered, commits an offence2. Any person, after the right in a registered design has expired, marks any product to which the design has been applied or in which it has been incorporated with the word registered, or any word or words implying that there is a subsisting right in the design under the Registered Designs Act 1949, or causes any such product
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