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Title 37Chapter ISubchapter APart 7


TITLE 37—Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 7—RULES OF PRACTICE IN FILINGS PURSUANT TO THE PROTOCOL RELATING TO THE MADRID AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION OF MARKS

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Subpart A—GENERAL INFORMATION

§7.1
Definitions of terms as used in this part.
§7.2
[Reserved]
§7.3
Correspondence must be in English.
§7.4
Receipt of correspondence.
§7.5
[Reserved]
§7.6
Schedule of U.S. process fees.
§7.7
Payments of fees to International Bureau.
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Subpart B—INTERNATIONAL APPLICATION ORIGINATING FROM THE UNITED STATES

§7.11
Requirements for international application originating from the United States.
§7.12
Claim of color.
§7.13
Certification of international application.
§7.14
Correcting irregularities in international application.
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Subpart C—SUBSEQUENT DESIGNATION SUBMITTED THROUGH THE OFFICE

§7.21
Subsequent designation.
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Subpart D—RECORDING CHANGES TO INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION

§7.22
Recording changes to international registration.
§7.23
Requests for recording assignments at the International Bureau.
§7.24
Requests to record security interest or other restriction of holder's rights of disposal or release of such restriction submitted through the Office.
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Subpart E—EXTENSION OF PROTECTION TO THE UNITED STATES

§7.25
Sections of part 2 applicable to extension of protection.
§7.26
Filing date of extension of protection for purposes of examination in the Office.
§7.27
Priority claim of extension of protection for purposes of examination in the Office.
§7.28
Replacement of U.S. registration by registered extension of protection.
§7.29
Effect of replacement on U.S. registration.
§7.30
Effect of cancellation or expiration of international registration.
§7.31
Requirements for transformation of an extension of protection to the United States into a U.S. application.
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Subpart F—AFFIDAVIT UNDER SECTION 71 OF THE ACT FOR EXTENSION OF PROTECTION TO THE UNITED STATES

§7.36
Affidavit or declaration of use in commerce or excusable nonuse required to avoid cancellation of an extension of protection to the United States.
§7.37
Requirements for a complete affidavit or declaration of use in commerce or excusable nonuse.
§7.38
Notice to holder of extension of protection.
§7.39
Acknowledgment of receipt of and correcting deficiencies in affidavit or declaration of use in commerce or excusable nonuse.
§7.40
Petition to Director to review refusal.
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Subpart G—RENEWAL OF INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION AND EXTENSION OF PROTECTION

§7.41
Renewal of international registration and extension of protection.


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