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Intellectual Property Appellate Board (Procedure) Rules, 2003

1.Short title and commencement
3.Form of procedure of application or appeal
4.Payment of fee
5.Language of the Appellate Board
6.Application or appeal to be in writing
7.Presentation and scrutiny of application or appeal
8.Documents to accompany application or appeal
9.Notices of application or appeal to the respondent
10.Filing of counter statement to the application or appeal and other documents by the respondent
11.Filing of reply by the applicant or appellant
13.Translation of documents
14.Extension of time
15.Intervention by third parties
16.Date of hearing to be notified
17.Hearing of application or appeal
18.Adjournment of hearing
19.Award of costs by the Appellate Board
20.Order to be signed and dated
21.Communication of orders
22.Publication of the orders
23.Review petitions
24.Continuation of proceedings after the death of a party, merger, assignment, acquisition or transmission
25.Fee for inspection of records and obtaining copies thereof
26.Functions of the Deputy Registrar
27.Additional functions and duties of the Deputy Registrar
28.Dress regulations for the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Technical Member of the Appellate Board and for the representatives of the parties
29.Seal and emblem
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