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Notification That Copy Of Priority Document Will Not Be Furnished Form. This is a national form and can be used in International Bureau PCT US Patent Office .
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PATENT COOPERATION TREATY From the INTERNATIONAL BUREAU PCT To: NOTIFICATION THAT COPY OF PRIORITY DOCUMENT WILL NOT BE FURNISHED (PCT Rule 17.2(c)) Date of mailing Addressees file reference (day/month/year) 1. Reference is made to the addressees request of__________________________________________________________. 2. The International Bureau notifies the addressee that the requested copy( ies) of the document(s) listed below will not be furnished since one of the exceptions specified in Rule 17.2(c) applies. Rule 17.2(c) reads as follows : Where the international application has been published under Article 21, the International Bureau shall furnish a copy of the priority document to any person upon request and subject to reimbursement of the cost unless, prior to that publication: (i) the international application was withdrawn, (ii) the relevant priority claim was withdrawn or considered, under Rule 26bis.2(b), not to have been made. Filing date Application number Country or regional Office or PCT receiving Office ________ _______________ ____________________ 3. The International Bureau would furnish the requested copy(ies) only up on receipt of an express authorization from the applicant. The International Bureau of WIPO Authorized officer 34, chemin des Colombettes 1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland Facsimile No. +41 22 338 82 70 Telephone No. +41 22 338 XX XX Form PCT/IB/354 (October 2005) American LegalNet, Inc.
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