Where the registrar1 intends to declare the registration (other than an international registration) of a current design invalid2, he must inform the registered proprietor of that fact3. The registered proprietor may make an application to the registrar for the registrar to make such modifications to the registration of the design as the registered proprietor specifies in his application4. Such modifications may, in particular, include the inclusion on the register of a partial disclaimer by the registered proprietor5. If it appears to the registrar that the application has not been made in accordance with the rules made under the
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