The registration of a current design1 may be declared invalid:
(1) on the ground that it does not fulfil the requirements of the statutory definition of design2;
(2) on the ground that it does not fulfil the requirements of the statutory provisions relating to novelty, technical function and public policy3; or
(3) where any statutory ground of refusal applies4.
The registration of a design (the later design) may be declared invalid if it is not new or does not have individual character when compared to
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