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Notification Regarding Receipt Of Documents Via Telegraph Teleprinter Facsimile Machine PCT-IPEA-435 - Official Federal Forms

Notification Regarding Receipt Of Documents Via Telegraph Teleprinter Facsimile Machine Form. This is a national form and can be used in International Preliminary Examining Authority PCT US Patent Office .
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PATENT COOPERATION TREATY From the INTERNATIONAL PRELIMINARY EXAMINING AUTHORITY To: PCT NOTIFICATION RECARDING RECEIPT OF DOCUMENTS VIA TELEGRAPH, TELEPRINTER, FACSIMILE MACHINE, ETC. (PCT Rule 92.4(h)) Date of mailing (day/month/year) Applicant's or agent's file reference REPLY DUE NONE However, see last paragraph below International application No. International filing date (day/month/year) Applicant 1. The applicant is hereby notified that this International Preliminary Examining Authority has received via facsimile machine other means (specify): teleprinter telegraph the following document: _________________________________________________________________________ . 2. However, this Authority does not accept that documents be transmitted to it by that means. 3. Consequently, the document concerned is treated as not having been received by this Authority. The applicant should promptly submit the original document to this Authority by mail, air mail, or another means accepted by this Authority. Name and mailing address of the IPEA/ Authorized officer Facsimile No. Form PCT/IPEA/435 (July 1992; reprint January 2004) Telephone No. American LegalNet, Inc.
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