EXPERIMENTAL-USE EXCEPTION

EXPERIMENTAL-USE EXCEPTION

experimental-use exception. Patents. An exception to the public-use statutory bar, whereby an inventor is allowed to make public use of an invention for more than one year when that use is necessary to test and improve the invention. [Cases: Patents 75. C.J.S. Patents ¡ì¡ì 107¨C109.]
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