The registrar1 may, at any time before an application (other than an international application2) for the registration of a design3 (or designs) is determined, permit the applicant to make such modifications of the application as the registrar thinks fit4.
Where, before it has been determined, an application for the registration of a design (or designs) has been modified in such a way that any design included in the application has been altered significantly, the registrar may, for the purpose of deciding whether and to what extent the design is new or has individual character5, direct that the application so far
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