(1) A person applying for rectification of the Register under section 191A of the Act must do so in the approved form.
(2) The Commissioner:
(a) may seek further information from any person for the purpose of considering the application; and
(b) is not required to consider the application while seeking the further information.
(3) The Commissioner must publish a notice of the rectification request in the Official Journal unless the rectification:
(a) relates to an address included in the Register; or
(b) relates to a name included in the Register and does not relate to a change of identity; or
(c) relates to the title of an invention included in the Register; or
(d) is to correct an obvious mistake made in the Register; or
(e) does not materially alter the meaning or scope of an entry in the Register.
(4) However, the Commissioner is not required to publish a notice under subregulation (3) if the Commissioner is satisfied that the rectification should not be made.
(5) If the Commissioner publishes a notice under subregulation (3), the Commissioner must not rectify the Register until the later of:
(a) 2 months after publishing the notice; and
(b) if a person requests to be heard in relation to the rectification request--after the person has been heard.