Where the Grounds of Invalidity1 include an allegation:
(1) that the invention is not a patentable invention because it is not new2 or does not involve an inventive step3, the particulars must specify details of the matter in the state of art relied on4;
(2) that the specification of the patent does not disclose the invention clearly enough and completely enough for it to be performed by a person skilled in the art
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