A person commits an offence1 if, in the course of a business, he intentionally copies a registered design2 so as to make a product exactly to that design or with features that differ only in immaterial details from that design3. The offence is committed if the person does these things knowing, or having reason to believe, that the design is a registered design and does them without the consent of the registered proprietor of the design4.
A person commits an offence if in the course of a business he offers, puts on the market, imports, exports or uses, or stocks
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