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33. Exercise of discretionary power by Controller.-

Where any discretionary power is by or under this Act given to Controller, he shall not exercise that power adversely to the applicant for registration of a design without (if so required within the prescribed time by the applicant) giving the applicant an opportunity of being heard.

Designs Act, 2000 Back

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