|European Case Law Identifier:||ECLI:EP:BA:2010:J001510.20101108|
|Date of decision:||08 November 2010|
|Case number:||J 0015/10|
|IPC class:||B27M 1/02|
|Language of proceedings:||EN|
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|Title of application:||A method to produce a decay resistant and weatherproof wooden procut with qualities like hardwood|
|Applicant name:||Kause, Jaakko|
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|Keywords:||Duly substantiated request for re-establishment of rights (no)|
As condition for the admissibility of a request for re-establishment of rights, a duly substantiated statement of grounds must be submitted within the time limit for filing the request.
A request for re-establishment of rights which relies on general statements only and contains no specific facts does not satisfy the requirement for a duly substantiated request under Rule 136(2), first sentence, EPC.
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