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Sufficiency of Disclosure in a Patent Document

An invention in patent document is considered patentable if it meets three prerequisites; novelty, non-obviousness and industrial applicability. The term ‘sufficiency of disclosure’ or enablement refers to a patent law requirement according to which a patent application must disclose a claimed invention in sufficient detail for the notional person skilled in the art to carry[…]

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