Yes. Although a patent application will be assessed by skilled patent examiners to ensure that it complies with the relevant statutory provisions governing patents anyone can apply to the Court Patent County Court/High Court) or to the Patent Office to have your patent revoked.
If successful a application will be removed in whole or in part. Similarly even before a patent is granted, written observations may be made once the application has been published. Â
It is important to note that registration of a patent does not mean that you are infringingÂ anotherÂs patent and therefore due diligence is essential. Existing rights will usually beÂ identified in a patent search however caution should always be taken. In fact even if you are notÂ considering securing a patent you should seek legal advice to ensure that you are not infringingÂ anotherÂs intellectual property.