(1) The Registrar may, at the request of the person who has filed an application (other than an application for the registration of a trade mark), a notice or other document for the purposes of this Act or at the request of the person's agent, amend the application, notice or document:
(a) to correct a clerical error or an obvious mistake; or
(b) if the Registrar is of the opinion that it is fair and reasonable in all the circumstances of the case to do so.
Note: For file see section 6.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a notice of opposition filed by an opponent in relation to:
(a) an opposition to the registration of a trade mark under section 52; or
(b) an opposition to an application under section 92.
Note: Regulations made for the purposes of subsection 231(3) may make provision in relation to amendment of documents filed in relation to an opposition.