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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]
Claimant/Part 20 Defendant
First Defendant/Part 20 Claimant
Second Defendant/Part 20 Claimant
Grounds of invalidity
The following are the Grounds of Invalidity of [GB Patent OR European Patent (UK)][number] (the Patent) referred to in the Defence and Counterclaim served with these Grounds of Invalidity and upon which the Defendants/Part 20 Claimants will rely.
The alleged invention as claimed in each and every claim of the Patent is not a patentable invention in that the subject matter was not new having regard to the matter which formed part of the state of the art at the priority date of the Patent [and common general knowledge].
The Defendants rely on the following as forming part of the state o
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