Records of the Diplomatic Conference for the Conclusion of a Treaty Supplementing the Paris Convention as far as Patents are Concerned: Volume I : First Part of the Diplomatic Conference, The Hague, 1991

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 The first part of the Diplomatic Conference for the Conclusion of a Treaty Supplementing the Paris Convention as far as Patents are Concerned took place in The Hague from June 3 to 21, 1991, at facilities made available by the Government of the Netherlands . The present publication contains the Records of the first part of the Conference.

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38. lappuse - Director-General or a deputy designated by him shall participate without the right to vote in all meetings of the General Conference, of the Executive Board and of the Committees of the Organization.
72. lappuse - Subject to rule 73, the following motions shall have precedence in the following order over all other proposals or motions before the meeting : (a) To suspend the meeting; (b) To adjourn the meeting; (c) To adjourn the debate on the item under discussion; (d) For the closure of the debate on the item under discussion.
70. lappuse - The President may, in the course of the discussion of an item, propose to the General Assembly the limitation of the time to be allowed to speakers, the limitation of the number of times each representative may speak on any question, the closure of the list of speakers or the closure of the debate.
75. lappuse - A motion is considered an amendment to a proposal if it merely adds to, deletes from or revises part of that proposal.
34. lappuse - Members shall require that an applicant for a patent shall disclose the invention in a manner sufficiently clear and complete for the invention to be carried out by a person skilled in the art and may require the applicant to indicate the best mode for carrying out the invention known to the inventor at the filing date or, where priority is claimed, at the priority date of the application.
37. lappuse - Assembly, the Assembly may make decisions but, with the exception of decisions concerning its own procedure, all such decisions shall take effect only if the conditions set forth hereinafter are fulfilled.
75. lappuse - If the motion for division is carried, those parts of the proposal or of the amendment which are subsequently approved shall be put to the vote as a whole. If all operative...
54. lappuse - Assembly which were not represented and shall invite them to express in writing their vote or abstention within a period of three months from the date of the communication. If, at the expiration of this period, the number of countries having thus expressed their vote or abstention attains the number of countries which...
72. lappuse - During the discussion of any matter, a representative may move the suspension or the adjournment of the meeting. Such motions shall not be debated, but shall be immediately put to the vote.
70. lappuse - ... ensure observance of these rules, accord the right to speak, put questions and announce decisions. He shall rule on points of order and, subject to these rules, shall have complete control of the proceedings at any meeting and over the maintenance of order thereat.

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