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Bib ID 8312821
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Description [Australia] : [publisher not identified], 1967-1991 
1 volume (unpaged) 
Summary

Includes articles from the period 1967 to 1991 on patent law and legislation, backlog of processing patent applications in late 1960s, amendment to the patent act to address backlog issues (1970) and international patents available to Australians.

Subjects Patents -- Australia.  |  Patent laws and legislation -- Australia.  |  Intellectual property -- Australia.  |  Australian

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