No particulars are required of the respects in which the invention is alleged to be obvious or to lack novelty1, but particulars are required of the prior publication and use relied upon2. Where common general knowledge is relied upon, it is sufficient to say so3; but, where it is intended to suggest that some specific document or prior use forms part of common general knowledge, this should be stated4. Further, if it is proposed to give evidence of some knowledge or practice outside
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