“Lack of reasoning supporting the final decision, makes the decision arbitrary, suggesting a subjective determination without any objective criteria” holds Delhi High Court in Blackberry Limited v. Assistant Controller of Patents and Designs
The Delhi High Court recently pulled up the Assistant Controller of Patents and Designs in Blackberry Limited v. Assistant Controller of Patents and Designs for rejecting a patent application filed by BlackBerry Limited without reasoning through a "mechanical, template and cut-and-paste order."
The Hon’ble Court also added that the controller should have provided reasons to support the conclusion in order to adhere to the principles of natural justice.
The Court emphasized that without proper reasoning in the Assistant Controller's orders, it may be difficult for the applicant to identify the grounds for appeal.more..
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