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Claim No. [insert claim number]
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS OF ENGLAND & WALES
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIST (ChD)
iNTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ENTERPRISE COURT]
First Defendant/Part 20 Claimant
Second Defendant/Part 20 Claimant
Defence and counterclaim
References to numbered paragraphs are references to paragraphs in the particulars of claim unless otherwise stated. The abbreviations used in the particulars of claim are adopted in the defence and counterclaim.
Paragraph 1 is admitted.
Paragraph 2 is denied. It is denied that the Patent is valid. The Patent is and has at all material times been invalid for the reasons set out in the Grounds of Invalidity served with this Defence and Counterclaim.
[It is denied that
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