Industrial and Commercial Property (Protection) Act, 1927

Exercise of discretionary power by controller.

134.—Where any discretionary power is by or under this Act given to the controller, he shall not exercise that power adversely to the applicant for a patent, or for amendment of a specification, or for registration of a design or trade mark or the registered proprietor of a patent, design, or trade mark with out (if so required within the prescribed time by the applicant or registered proprietor) giving the applicant or registered proprietor an opportunity of being heard.