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What is IN PATENT LAW

A caveat is a formal written notice given to the officers of the patent-office, requiring them to refuse letters patent on a particular invention or device to any other person, until the party filing the caveat (called the “caveator”) shall have an opportunity to establish his claim to priority of invention.

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