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October 10, 2019


Complete Specifications must have answer to all questions from 1 to 12.
For this requirement perhaps administrative orders are suffice and no change is required in the Act.
M R Gupta
Former Assistant Controller of Patents & Designs
IPO India
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Mr. Gupta,

I am curious as to why you think that a complete specification must answer all questions from 1 to 12.

These questions are NOT "innovation-specific" questions that are the subject of ANY particular patent application.

I think that you have seriously confused what an innovator must include in their individual patent application with much larger and much different concerns.

That you list your title, indicating some level of authority for a Sovereign other than the United States, makes me wonder whether you are grasping how US patent law works, and frankly leaves me:

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