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Keywords and Sections
LATER-FILED APPLICATION
PRIOR-FILED NONPROVISIONAL APPLICATION
REISSUE APPLICATION
INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION
FILING
PROVISIONAL APPLICATION
CLAIM
BENEFIT
PETITION
APPLICANT
FILING FEE
CONTINUING APPLICATION
INVENTORSHIP
ABANDONMENT
APPLICATION
FILING DATE
NONPROVISIONAL APPLICATION
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Definitions

  1. A nonprovisional application is the full patent application that includes oaths, drawings, and claims. (Web site)

Later-Filed Application

  1. If the later-filed application is a nonprovisional application, the reference required by this paragraph must be included in an application data sheet (Sec.

Prior-Filed Nonprovisional Application

  1. Since the applications are not copending, the benefit claim to the prior-filed nonprovisional application is improper. (Web site)

Reissue Application

  1. In addition, a reissue application is subject to the same duty of disclosure requirements as is any other nonprovisional application. (Web site)

International Application

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

Filing

  1. This is a direct advantage over filing a nonprovisional application which triggers the clock for calculating the 20 year limit of the patent term.

Provisional Application

  1. Thus, following the filing of a provisional application, the nonprovisional application and any foreign application would be due on the same day. (Web site)
  2. The prior-filed application can be a provisional application or a nonprovisional application. (Web site)

Claim

  1. Of course, a nonprovisional application can claim the right of priority (under 35 U.S.C. § 119(e)) to a provisional application.

Benefit

  1. See § 1.78(a) for the requirements for claiming the benefit of such provisional application in a nonprovisional application. (Web site)
  2. The continuation application must claim the benefit of the prior nonprovisional application under 35 U.S.C. 120 or 365(c). (Web site)

Petition

  1. The petition for an unintentionally delayed benefit claim must be submitted during the pendency of the nonprovisional application. (Web site)

Applicant

  1. In addition, the nonprovisional application would need to be in condition for publication and applicant would not be able to file a nonpublication request.
  2. The applicant in the continuation application must include at least one inventor named in the prior nonprovisional application. (Web site)

Filing Fee

  1. The Commissioner, however, has latitude as to when an oath or declaration and the filing fee must be submitted for a nonprovisional application. (Web site)

Continuing 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)

Inventorship

  1. In view of the papers filed [1], the inventorship of this nonprovisional application has been changed by the deletion of [2]. (Web site)

Abandonment

  1. In a pending nonprovisional application, failure to timely reply to such notice will result in the abandonment of the nonprovisional application. (Web site)

Application

  1. In a pending nonprovisional application, failure to timely reply to such a notice will result in abandonment of the application. (Web site)
  2. This application is claiming the benefit of prior-filed nonprovisional application No. (Web site)

Filing Date

  1. To obtain a patent, the inventor must file a nonprovisional application within 12 months of the filing date of the provisional application. (Web site)
  2. The 20 year limit on the patent term is then calculated from the filing date of this (second) nonprovisional application.
  3. No new matter may be introduced into a nonprovisional application after its filing date even if a supplemental oath or declaration is filed. (Web site)

Nonprovisional Application

  1. One may not claim the benefit of the nonprovisional application and ignore the filing date of the provisional application.
  2. After conversion to a provisional application, the applicant may file a (second) nonprovisional application taking into consideration the Office Action.
  3. The nonprovisional application establishes the filing date and initiates the examination process. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Provisional Application
  2. Society > Law > Rights > Filing Date
  3. Examination Process
  4. Continuing Application
  5. International Application
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