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Whether higher forms of life can be considered inventions as “manufacture” or “composition of matter” within the existing definition of “inventions” under Section 2 of the Patent Act?


Section 2 of the Patent Act (Canadian Law) states that an invention is any new and useful art, process, or machine or any new or useful improvement contributing to the principle of prior art and enhancing or simplifying processes.

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