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Definition of Patentability
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Patentability
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1. The Law of Patents for Useful Inventions by William Callyhan Robinson (1890)
"Interference Proceedings : Discovery of Non-patentability of the Invention pending the Interference. In rendering their decision on the question of priority ..."
2. Inventions and Patents by Philip E. Edelman (1915)
"CHAPTER VII patentability AND PRACTICABILITY WE have already seen that some kind of a patent can generally be obtained on an invention even if the main ..."
3. Principles of the Law of Personal Property, Chattels and Choses: Including by Frank Hall Childs (1914)
"patentability—Novelty. Anything to be patent- able must be new 1 but ... patentability—Utility. The third requisite of patentability is that the thing for ..."
4. A Treatise on Injunctions and Other Extraordinary Remedies: Covering Habeas by Thomas Carl Spelling (1901)
"Doubtful patentability of Machines or Devices. — In the absence of a prior adjudication of the validity of a patent, and of proof of general acquiescence ..."
5. A Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States: From by J. Kendrick Kinney (1886)
"patentability as affected by Prior 77. So if the inventor had suffered the thing invented to go into public use, or to be publicly sold for use, ..."
6. Digest of Patent and Trade-mark Cases Decided by the Court of Appeals of the by William Sydenham Torbert, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, United States Supreme Court (1909)
"patentability. I. Invention Generally. 11. As Congress had the power to ... patentability. 1. Invention Generally. 13. Invention must extend beyond the ..."
7. Patent Office Papers by United States Patent Office (1916)
"Considerations Affecting the Presumption of patentability. Advantages resulting from a novel arrangement or device are persuasive, of invention (Jones vs. ..."
8. Rose's Notes on the United States Supreme Court Reports (2 Dallas to 241 by Walter Malins Rose, Charles Lawrence Thompson, United States Supreme Court (1919)
"... of patentability; Consolidated Rubber Tire Co. v. Finley Rubber Tire Co., 116 Fed. 632, sustaining Grant patent No. ..."