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Notification Of Decision Concerning Request For Rectification PCT-RO-109 - Official Federal Forms

Notification Of Decision Concerning Request For Rectification Form. This is a national form and can be used in Receiving Office PCT US Patent Office .
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PATENT COOPERATION TREATY From the RECEIVING OFFICE To: PCT NOTIFICATION OF DECISION CONCERNING REQUEST FOR RECTIFICATION (PCT Rule 91.1(f)) Date of mailing (day/month/year) Applicants or agents file reference REPLY DUE NONE However, see last paragraph below International application No. International filing date (day/month/year) Applicant The applicant is hereby notified that this receiving Office has considered the request for rectification of obvious errors in the request of the international application and that it has decided: 1. to authorize the rectification: as requested by the applicant. to the extent set forth below*: 2. to refuse to authorize the rectification or part of it for the following reasons*: A copy of this notification, together with a copy of the applicants request for rectification, has been sent to the International Bureau. * If the authorization of the rectification has been refused in whole or in part, the applicant may request the International Bureau, before the technical preparations for international publication have been completed and subject to the payment of a fee, to publish the request for rectification together with the international application. See Rule 91.1(f), third and fourth sentences, and, for the amount of the fee, see Annex B2(WO), Volume I of the PCT Applicants Guide. Name and mailing address of the receiving Office Authorized officer Facsimile No. Telephone No. Form PCT/RO/109 (July 1992; reprint January 2004)
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