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Rule 50Contents of the Defence to revocation and Counterclaim for infringement

1. The Defence to revocation shall contain the matters referred to in Rule 24(a) to (c) [1]. Rule 29A(a) to (d) [2] and (f) [3] shall apply mutatis mutandis.

2. Any Application to amend the patent shall contain the matters referred to in Rule 30.1(a) [[-
1. The Defence to the Counterclaim for revocation may include an Application by the proprietor of the patent to amend the patent which shall contain:
(a) the proposed amendments of the claims of the patent concerned and/or specification, including where applicable and appropriate one or more alternative sets of claims (auxiliary requests), in the language in which the patent was granted; where the language of the proceedings [Rule 14.3] is not the language in which the patent was granted, the proprietor shall lodge a translation of the proposed amendments in the langua
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The Statement of defence shall contain:
(a) the names of the defendant and of the defendant’s representative;
(b) postal and electronic addresses for service on the defendant and the names and addresses of the persons authorized to accept service;
(c) the action number of the file;

The Defence to the Counterclaim for revocation shall contain:
(a) an indication of the facts relied on, including any challenge to the facts relied on by the defendant;
(b) the evidence relied on [Rule 170.1], where available, and an indication of any further evidence which will be offered in support;
(c) the reasons why the Counterclaim for revocation shall fail, including arguments of law and any argument as to why any dependent claim of the patent is independently valid;
(d) an indication of any order the claimant and the proprietor will seek in respect of the revocation action at the interim conference [Rule 104(e)];

[3- (f) a list of the documents, including any witness statements, referred to in the Defence to the Counterclaim together with any request that all or part of any such document shall not be translated and/or any request pursuant to Rule 262.1 or Rule 262A . Rule 13.2 and .3 shall apply mutatis mutandis.