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Article 4. Conditions of Patentability of Inventions
(2)The following shall not be recognized as patentable inventions under the present Law:
* discoveries, as well as scientific theories and mathematical methods;
* proposals concerning solely the outward appearance of manufactured articles and intended to satisfy aesthetic requirements;
* rules and methods of games, intellectual or business activities;
* computer software;
* proposals on presentation of information.
The present provisions mean that the above listed shall not be deemed inventions only if the application for grant of patent for an invention refers to the above subject matter per se.
(3) The following shall not be deemed patentable under the present Law:
* plant varieties and animal breeds;
* topographies of integrated circuits;
* proposals that are contrary to public interest, humanitarian principles or morality.

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