Question: 

Which are the grounds of nullity of a CPVR?

Answer: 

The Office shall declare the Community plant variety right null and void if it is established that:

a) The conditions of uniformity and stability were not complied with at the time of the grant of the right, when the grant of the CPVR   has been essentially based upon information and documents furnished by the applicant; or

b) The conditions of distinctness or novelty were not complied with at the time of the CPVR; or

c) The right has been granted to a person who is not entitled to it, unless it is transferred to the person who is so entitled.