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9.17 Where the Singapore application is a PCT application designating Singapore that has entered the national phase in Singapore under Section 86(3), the applicant may rely upon the International Preliminary Report on Patentability (IPRP) (Rule 42 (2)(b)). The applicant must provide a copy of the IPRP. If the IPRP is not in English, a translation must also be provided.
9.18 A claim correspondence table is also required, showing how the claims of the application are related to one or more claims of the PCT application which have been subject to examination and given a positive indication for novelty, inventive step and industrial applicability.
9.19 If a translation of any document or part of a document is required then this should be accompanied by a verification of the translation.