Increasing flexibility and attractiveness: the ratification of the London Agreement
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The European Patent Convention, signed in Munich on October 5 1973, provided a legal framework for the granting of European patents through a centralised delivery procedure to the European Patent Office. A single patent application in one language may be filed with the European Patent Office, which then examines the patentability of the invention.