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1.3.12 Providing no or insufficient information to counter objection by other party

In T 405/94 the board held that a party which, although made aware by at least one letter from another party that an objection had been raised about the availability to the public of the content of a thesis, did not react before the oral proceedings at which a decision could be taken, or which provided for the first time at the oral proceedings information which was found to need confirmation, had had sufficient opportunity to comment on the objection and did not need to be given a further opportunity to provide such confirmation.