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Keywords and Sections
CIP APPLICATION
COMMON TERM
DESIGN APPLICATION
FILING
ORIGINAL APPLICATION
PRIOR APPLICATION
CONTINUATION
PROSECUTION
CONTINUATION APPLICATION
DIVISIONAL
NONPROVISIONAL APPLICATION
APPLICANT
FILING DATE
APPLICATION
CONTINUING APPLICATION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Continuing Application"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Cip Application

  1. The third available continuing application, known as a CIP application, contains the parent application's disclosure PLUS additional disclosure. (Web site)

Common Term

  1. The term "continuing application" is a common term in intellectual property, yet it is often misunderstood and incorrectly applied. (Web site)

Design Application

  1. Where the conditions of 35 U.S.C. 120 are met, a design application may be considered a continuing application of an earlier utility application. (Web site)

Filing

  1. Thus, under such rules, you'll likely only get ONE continuing application per filing.

Original Application

  1. Therefore, filing a continuing application, rather than an original application, has the potential to reduce the life of a subsequently issued patent. (Web site)

Prior Application

  1. The later-filed application may be referred to as a continuing application when the prior application is not a provisional application. (Web site)

Continuation

  1. Continuation applications For more details on this topic, see continuing application. (Web site)

Prosecution

  1. A continuing application (unlike an RCE) can be filed without a submission and before prosecution in the prior application is closed.

Continuation Application

  1. A divisional application is a second type of continuing application and is a specific type of continuation application.

Divisional

  1. Divisional applications For more details on this topic, see continuing application. (Web site)

Nonprovisional Application

  1. In a nonprovisional application abandoned for failure to prosecute, the required reply may be met by the filing of a continuing application. (Web site)

Applicant

  1. Where the name of an inventor(s) is to be deleted, applicant can file a continuing application with a request for deletion of the name of the inventor(s). (Web site)
  2. In such case, the applicant, in the continuing application, may state that the priority document is contained in the national stage application.

Filing Date

  1. The absence of a request to correct the inventorship submitted with the continuing application will not affect the filing date of the continuing application. (Web site)
  2. However, a continuing application may need the effective filing date of the parent application to overcome recent prior art or other statutory bars. (Web site)

Application

  1. C, B, and A" or "this application is a continuing application of Application Nos. (Web site)

Continuing Application

  1. This is so even if the application is a continuing application where small entity status had been established in the prior application. (Web site)
  2. An applicant for a utility or plant patent may also continue to effectively obtain further examination of the application by filing a continuing application.

Categories

  1. Prior Application
  2. Continuation Application
  3. Divisional Application
  4. Original Application
  5. Parent Application
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