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Convention application--prescribed particulars

  (1)   For paragraph   29B(4)(a) of the Act, the following particulars are prescribed in relation to a relevant basic application:

  (a)   the country in which the application was made;

  (b)   the number allocated to the application by the foreign patent office of the Convention country in which the application was made;

  (c)   the date the application was made.

  (2)   A reference to a country or a Convention country in subregulation   (1) includes an intergovernmental authority to the extent that Rule   4.10 of the PCT permits for a PCT application.

Note:   An example for subregulation   (2) is that the PCT allows the European Patent Office to be specified for a regional application instead of a particular Convention country.

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