Marginal note:Contents of applications
68 (1) Every application presented to the Commissioner under section 65 or 66 shall
(a) set out fully the nature of the applicant’s interest, the facts on which the applicant bases his case and the relief that he seeks; and
(b) be accompanied by statutory declarations verifying the applicant’s interest and the facts set out in the application.
(2) The Commissioner shall consider the matters alleged in the application and declarations referred to in subsection (1), and, if satisfied that the applicant has a bona fide interest and that a case for relief has been made, he shall direct the applicant to serve copies of the application and declarations on the patentee or his representative for service and on any other persons appearing from the records of the Patent Office to be interested in the patent, and the applicant shall advertise the application in the Canada Gazette and the Canadian Patent Office Record.
- R.S., c. P-4, s. 70
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