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Third Edition, in Two Vols. Royal 8vo. Price 368., cloth.
TREATISE ON THE LAW AND PRACTICE
LETTERS PATENT FOR INVENTIONS
STATUTES, INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION, RULES,
FORMS AND PRECEDENTS, ORDERS, &c.
ROBERT FROST, B.Sc. (Lond.),
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. “In the time that has elapsed, • Frost on Patents' has securely taken its place as the leading text-book on the subject. To all, whether lawyers or patent agents, who require assistance in the law of patents, Mr. Frost’s book will be welcome as a mine of valuable and accurate information.”- Law Times.
“When the First Edition of this work appeared, in 1891, it was at once recognised as a work of distinct merit and one which would take an assured place in the patent lawyer's library. This impression has been fully realised, and the book has long been regarded as one of the standard authorities on the law on letters patent. The present Edition is the worthy successor of those which preceded it.”—The Solicitors' Journal.
“The Third Edition of Mr. Frost's standard work on patent law gives to the profession an up-to-date and exhausted treatise which is sure to be largely in demand by all connected with patents or patent litigation.”- - The Law Journal.
“By sound and thorough treatment of his subject Mr. Frost has obtained for his book an established position and a wide public, who will appreciate the value of having the work kept abreast of the times.”-The Juridical Review.
We bave no doubt that this Edition of Mr. Frost's will continue to receive in the future the commendation which the many who have appealed to the previous Editions for guidance and information have accorded in the past."-Law Quarterly Review.
LONDON : STEVENS & HAYNES, BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.
PATENTS AND DESIGNS ACT,
7 Edw. 7, Ch. 29.
The Rules, Forms, Fees and Classification of Goods under the Act,
together with The Patents and Designs (Amendment) Act,
1907, and Extracts from the Interpretation Act, 1899.
Author of " A Treatise on the Law and Practice relating to Letters Patent
7257 T4 1907
In this book I have endeavoured to give a concise statement of the nature and effect of the alterations in, and additions to, the statute law of patents and designs, which were made by the legislature during the last session of Parliament.
I have not directly dealt with case law. About ninety-eight per cent. of the provisions of the repealed Acts and Rules relating to patents and designs are re-enacted. The case law relative to the re-embodied provisions is, as regards patents, fully treated in the recent edition of my larger book on Patent Law and Practice, to which I have given references where appropriate. So far as the new provisions are concerned there is, of course, no case law at present. The time is, therefore, not opportune for a fresh edition of my former work.
The tables in the Introduction will enable the reader, at a glance, to transpose the references in my “Patent Law and Practice
to the former Acts and Rules into terms of the present Act and Rules.
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LINCOLN's Inn, W.C.