Industrial Designs

New industrial designs shall be registrable. An industrial design shall be regarded as being any set of lines or combination of colors or any two-dimensional or threedimensional outward shape that is incorporated in an industrial or craft product to give it a special appearance without the purpose of the said product being changed thereby, and which serves as a patent or model for manufacture. Industrial designs relating to clothing and those that are contrary to morality, public policy or proper practice shall not be registrable.