MPEP 1800 Patent Cooperation Treaty

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1801

Basic Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Principles

1802

PCT Definitions

1803

Reservations Under the PCT Taken by the USA

1805

Where to File an International Application

1807

Agent or Common Rep and General Power of Attorney

1808

Change in or Revocation of the Appointment of an Agent or a Common Representative

1810

Filing Date Requirements

1812

Elements of the International Application

1817

PCT Member States

1817.01

Designation of States in the IA Having and International Filing Date On or After January 1, 2004

1817.02

Continuation or Continuation-in-Part Indication in the Request

1819

Earlier Search

1820

Signature of Applicant

1821

The Request

1823

The Description

1823.01

Reference to Deposited Biological Material

1823.02

Nucleotide and/or Amino Acid Sequence Listings, and Tables Related to Sequence Listings

1824

The Claims

1825

The Drawings

1826

The Abstract

1827.01

Refund or IA Fees

1828

Priority Claim and Document

1828.01

Restoration of the Right of Property

1830

IA Transmittal Letter

1832

Licence Request for Foreign Under PCT

1834

Correspondence

1834.01

Use of Telegraph, Teleprinter, Facsimile Machine

1836

Rectification of Obvious Mistakes

1840

The International Searching Authority (ISA)

1840.01

The EPO as an ISA

1840.02

The Korean Intellectual Property Office as an ISA

1842

Basic Flow Under PCT

1843

The International Search

1843.01

Prior Art for Chapter I Processing

1843.02

Certain Subject Matter Need Not Be Searched

1843.03

No Search Required if Claims Are Unclear

1843.04

Procedure for Claims Not Required To BE Searched and for Claims That Are Unclear

1843.05

Time Limit for Establishing the International Search Report and the Written Opinion of the ISA

1844

The International Search Report

1844.01

Preparing the International Search Report (Form PCT/ISA/210)

1845

Writtern Opinion of the ISA

1845.01

Preparing the Written Opinion of the ISA (Form PCT/ISA/237)

1845.02

Notification of Transmittal of the International Search Report and the Written Opinion of the ISA or the Declaration (Form PCT/ISA/220)

1846

Sections of the Articles, Regulations, and Administrative Instructions Under the PCT Relevant to the ISA

1848

Sequence Listings and Tables Related to Sequence Listings

1850

Unity of Invention Before the ISA

1851

Identification of Patent Documents

1852

Taking Into Account Results of Earlier Search(es)

1853

Amendment Under PCT Article 19

1857

International Publication

1857.01

Prior Art Effect of the International Publication

1859

Withdrawal of IA, Designations, or Priority Claims

1860

International Preliminary Examination Procedure for Applications Having an International Filing Date On or After January 1, 2004

1860.01

International Preliminary Examination Procedure for Applications Having an International Filing Date Before January 1, 2004

1862

Agreement With the International Bureau To Serve as and International Preliminary Examining Authority

1864

The Demand and Preparation for Filing of Demand

1864.01

Amendments Filed Under PCT Article 34

1864.02

Applicant's Right To File a Demand

1864.03

States Which May Be Elected

1864.04

Agent's Right To Act

1865

Filing of Demand

1865.01

The EPO as an International Preliminary Examining Authority

1866

Filing in of Headings on Chapter II Forms

1867

Preliminary Examination Fees

1868

Correction of Defects in the Demand

1869

Notification to International Bureau of Demand

1870

Priority Document and Translation Thereof

1871

Processing Amendments Filed Under Article 19 and Article 34 Prior to or at the Start of International Preliminary Examination in International Applications Having an International Filing Date On or After January 1, 2004

1871.01

Processing Amendments Filed Under Article 19 and Article 34 Prior to or at the Start of International Applications Having an International Filing Date Before January 1, 2004

1872

Availability of the IA File for International Preliminary Examination by the Examining Corps

1874

Determination if International Preliminary Examinations Is Required and Possible

1875

Unity of Invention Before the International Preliminary Examining Authority

1875.01

Preparation of Invitation Concerning Unity

1875.02

Reply to Invitation Concerning Lack of Unity of Invention

1876

Notation of Errors and Informatlities by the Examiner

1876.01

Request for Rectification and Notification of Action Thereon

1877

Nucleotide and/or Amino Acid Sequence Listings During the International Preliminary Examination

1878

Preparation of the Written Opinion of the International Preliminary Examining Authority in IAs Having and International Filing Date On or After January 1, 2004

1878.01

Preparation of the Written Opinion in International Applications Having and International Filing Date Before January 1, 2004

1878.02

Reply to the Written Opinion of the ISA or IPEA

1879

Preparation of the International Preliminary Examination Report

1879.01

Time Limit for Preparing Report in IAs Having an International Filing Date On or After January 1, 2004

1879.02

Transmittal of the International Preliminary Examination Report

1879.03

Translations

1879.04

Confidential Nature of the Report

1880

Withdrawal of Demand or Election

1881

Receipt of Notice of Election and Preliminary Examination Report by the USPTO

1893

National Stage (U.S.National Application Filed Under 35 USC 371)

1893.01

Commencement and Entry

1893.02

Abandonment

1893.03

Prosecution of U.S. National Stage Application Before the Examiner

1895

A Continuation, Divisional, or CIP Application of a PCT

1895.01

Handling and Considerations in the Handling of Continuations, Divisions, and CIP of PCT Applications

1896

The Differences Between a National Application Filed Under 35 USC 111(a) and a National Stage Application Submitted Under 35 USC 371

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