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Rule 227Language of the Statement of appeal and of the Statement of grounds of appeal

1. The Statement of appeal and the Statement of grounds of appeal shall be drawn up:

(a) without prejudice to Article 50(3) [1] of the Agreement, in the language of the proceedings before the Court of First Instance; or

(b) where the parties have agreed in accordance with Article 50(2) [2] of the Agreement, in the language in which the patent was granted. Where the parties have agreed in accordance with Article 50(2) of the Agreement, evidence of the respondent’s agreement shall be lodged by the appellant together with the Statement of appeal.

Agreement article 50 - Language of proceedings at the Court of Appeal [3]
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(3) In exceptional cases and to the extent deemed appropriate, the Court of Appeal may decide on another official language of a Contracting Member State as the language of proceedings for the whole or part of the proceedings, subject to agreement by the parties.

[2-
(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 1 the parties may agree on the use of the language in which the patent was granted as the language of proceedings.

[3-
(1) The language of proceedings before the Court of Appeal shall be the language of proceedings before the Court of First Instance.
(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 1 the parties may agree on the use of the language in which the patent was granted as the language of proceedings.
(3) In exceptional cases and to the extent deemed appropriate, the Court of Appeal may decide on another official language of a Contracting Member State as the language of proceedings for the whole or part of the proceedings, subject to agreement by the parties.