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Patents Act, 1970

38. Revocation of secrecy, directions and extension of time

When any direction given under section 35 is revoked by the Controller, then, notwithstanding any provisions of this Act specifying the time within which any step should be taken or any act done in connection with an application for the patent, the Controller may, subject to such conditions, if any, as he thinks fit to impose, extend the time for doing anything required to be done by or under this Act in connection with the application, whether or not that time has previously expired.

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