Law Officers' Department: Patents Appeal Files and Registers

Reference:
LO 4
Title:
Law Officers' Department: Patents Appeal Files and Registers
Description:

This series contains a random sample of case papers in appeals from decisions of the Comptroller General of Patents or his Chief Examiner to the Law Officers under the Patents and Design Acts in force up to 1932.

The papers contain printed copies of specifications, copies of decisions opposed and of judgements of the Law Officers, and shorthand transcripts of proceedings.

The series also includes two registers of appeals, covering the period 1921 to 1933. Among other things, these give the names of the parties and the outcome of the appeals.

Date:
1906-1933
Arrangement:

The files are arranged chronologically, and the list gives the name of the inventor or firm seeking the patent, a brief description of the process or invention in dispute, the patent application number and the reference assigned to the file by the law officers.

Related Material:
For records of the Patent Office see BT
For Patent Appeal Tribunal Files after 1932 see J 105
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Physical description:
40 file(s)
Access conditions:
Subject to 30 year closure
Unpublished finding aids:
There are indexes to the files for the period 1921 to 1933.

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