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INTERNATIONAL PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
INTERNATIONAL PHASE
MARK
TRANSLATION
BENEFIT
TREATY
CONSISTENT
ESSENTIAL PART
SUBJECT
CLAIM
NONPROVISIONAL APPLICATION
INTERNATIONAL SEARCH REPORT
RECEIVING OFFICE
PUBLISHED
INTERNATIONAL BUREAU
COPY
OFFICE
RECEIPT
PROVISIONAL APPLICATION
AMENDMENT
PARAGRAPH
NATIONAL STAGE
PRIORITY DATE
REQUIREMENTS
COMPLYING
APPLICANT
APPLICATION
FILINGS
FILING
PCT
COOPERATION TREATY
INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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

Definitions

  1. The international application is subject to the payment of certain fees within 1 month from the date of filing. (Web site)
  2. If the international application was published by the International Bureau pursuant to PCT Article 21, then a certified copy would not normally be necessary. (Web site)

International Preliminary Examination

  1. The applicant is entitled to amend the international application during the international preliminary examination.

International Phase

  1. An International Application can be withdrawn at any time during the international phase. (Web site)

Mark

  1. If the holder of the international registration wants to change the mark in any way, even slightly, the holder must file a new international application.

Translation

  1. The applicant shall submit any translation thereof with the furnishing of the translation of the international application required under Article 22. (Web site)

Benefit

  1. If the parent international application was not copending (i.e., abandoned or withdrawn), benefit under 35 U.S.C. 120 is not possible. (Web site)

Treaty

  1. The Treaty regulates in detail the formal requirements that any international application must comply with.

Consistent

  1. The 8 cm by 8 cm size requirement is consistent with the size requirement for an international application.

Essential Part

  1. The translation of the materials of the international application shall be considered as an essential part of the international application. (Web site)

Subject

  1. Article 15 The International Search (1) Each international application shall be the subject of international search. (Web site)

Claim

  1. If color is not claimed as a feature of the mark in the basic application or registration, the international application may not include a claim of color.
  2. This is true regardless of whether such a claim was made in the parent international application. (Web site)

Nonprovisional Application

  1. Since an abandoned international application is not a nonprovisional application, the petition procedure set forth in former Sec. (Web site)

International Search Report

  1. Even where priority is claimed, the international search report is normally available in time before publication of the International Application. (Web site)

Receiving Office

  1. A single filing of an international application is made with a Receiving Office (RO) in one language. (Web site)
  2. The international application (IA) must be filed in the prescribed receiving Office (RO)(PCT Article 10). (Web site)

Published

  1. With regard to (C), inventors will normally be identified on the cover page of the published international application. (Web site)
  2. The ISR is published together with the international application (or as soon as possible afterwards). (Web site)

International Bureau

  1. The International Bureau also transmits copies of the international application to all the designated Offices (PCT Article 20 and PCT Rule 47). (Web site)
  2. Failure to file a timely response to a notice of irregularities may result in the abandonment of the international application by the International Bureau.

Copy

  1. A copy of the first page of the published international application or of the corresponding page of the PCT Gazette must be supplied with the status request. (Web site)

Office

  1. An international application can be filed in any of the Branch Offices of the Patent Office located at New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata (Head Office).
  2. If, however, an international application has not yet been assigned a U.S. application number, no such application number can be provided by the Office. (Web site)

Receipt

  1. The international fee is due within one month from the date of receipt of the International Application. (Web site)

Provisional Application

  1. A provisional application cannot benefit from the filing date of an International application.
  2. The time required to fill out the forms and convert your provisional application(s) into an international application can add $1,000 to $10,000 to the total. (Web site)

Amendment

  1. The amendment shall not go beyond the disclosure in the international application as filed. (Web site)

Paragraph

  1. With regard to an international application for a patent for invention, the provisions of Article 51, paragraph one of these Rules shall apply. (Web site)

National Stage

  1. These applications are the result of an international application filed under the PCT entering the national stage in the United States. (Web site)

Priority Date

  1. If you do not claim priority from an earlier application, the priority date will be the international filing date of your international application. (Web site)

Requirements

  1. Section 1.433 Physical requirements of international application. (Web site)

Complying

  1. If the decision proves correct, the parts not complying with the unity of invention shall be deemed to be withdrawn from the international application. (Web site)

Applicant

  1. If the applicant does not correct, the defect properly, the International Application will, however, be considered withdrawn by the Receiving Office. (Web site)
  2. The documents making up the international application may include amendments of the claims filed by the applicant under PCT Article 19. (Web site)
  3. Article 9 The Applicant (1) Any resident or national of a Contracting State may file an international application. (Web site)

Application

  1. National Stage entry) or the filing date of the later-filed US application that claimed the benefit of the international application.

Filings

  1. Expires in 12 months if not supplemented with other filings, usually a Utility application or an international application. (Web site)

Filing

  1. Section 1.446 Refund of international application filing and processing fees. (Web site)
  2. Filing: you file an international application, complying with the PCT formality requirements, in one language, and you pay one set of fees.

Pct

  1. A patent application filed under the PCT is called an international application or PCT application. (Web site)
  2. The PCT does not make any specific provision concerning the types of invention which may be the subject of an international application. (Web site)
  3. Rule 11.13 PCT specifies special physical requirements for drawings in an international application.

Cooperation Treaty

  1. Copy of an international application filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty maintained by the International Searching Authority.

International Application

  1. Consider filing an international application under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT). More information can be found here.
  2. Where the effect of an international application has ceased in China, the provisions of Article 7, paragraph two of these Rules shall not apply. (Web site)
  3. A copy of an international application filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty maintained by the International Preliminary Examining Authority.

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