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Indian Court Rebuffs Bayer In Bolar Exemption Case

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The Delhi High Court has rejected Bayer’s contention around certain key aspects of India’s Bolar provision – the experimental use or early working exception – and held that “sale” both within the country and abroad is permitted under these norms, subject to certain conditions.

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