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Patents Act, 1970

24. Effect of acceptance of complete specification

On and from the date of advertisement of the acceptance of a complete specification and until the date of sealing of a patent in respect thereof, the applicant shall have the like privileges and rights as if a patent for the invention had been sealed on the date of advertisement of acceptance of the complete specification:

PROVIDED that the applicant shall not be entitled to institute any proceedings for infringement until the patent has been sealed.

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