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 Patents Act of 2004?

Answer The Patents Act 1977 was an attempt by the United Kingdom to bring its patent laws into alignment with the policies and regulations of the European Patent Convention (EPC) of 1973. Changes to the E... Read More »
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What is the patents law of the u.k.?

The patents law of the U.K. is governed by the U.K. Government's Intellectual Properties Office (IPO). The patent law is designed to protect inventions from being exploited or copied by anybody oth... Read More »
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Who has 3,000 patents in his name?

Japanese inventor Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu, known as "NakaMats," has over 3,000 patents in his name. NakaMats holds patents for inventions as varied as a primitive floppy disk, the CD, a spring-loade... Read More »
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What is the main difference between the 2004-2005 kawasaki kx250f and the 2004-2005 suzuki rmz250?

So you answered your own question unless you want to specify which part you are bothered about?
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Why do we have copyrights&patents?

Copyright and patent law are part of intellectual property law. They protect such creators as inventors, writers and artists from having their intellectual property stolen or used by others without... Read More »
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