T 0139/87 (Governor valve) of 9.1.1989

European Case Law Identifier: ECLI:EP:BA:1989:T013987.19890109
Date of decision: 09 January 1989
Case number: T 0139/87
Application number: 83400619.9
IPC class: B60T 13/14
F15B 13/02
Language of proceedings: FR
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Bibliographic information is available in: DE | EN | FR
Versions: OJ
Title of application: -
Applicant name: Bendix
Opponent name: -
Board: 3.2.01
Headnote: 1. An appeal by an applicant for a European patent is to be considered well founded within the meaning of Article 109(1) EPC if simultaneously amendments to the application are submitted which clearly meet the objections on which the contested decision relies.
2. In this case, the department that issued the contested decision must rectify that decision (contrary to the Guidelines E-XI,7). Irregularities other than those that gave rise to the contested decision do not preclude rectification of the decision.
Relevant legal provisions:
European Patent Convention 1973 Art 109(1)
Keywords: Interlocutory revision
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