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" Commissioner may require its submission within a time period of not less than two months from the sending of a notice thereof. Drawings submitted after the filing date of the application may not be used (i) to overcome any insufficiency of the specification... "
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Scott on Computer Law

Michael Dennis Scott
...wrapper estoppel" or "prosecution history estoppel." [Dl Drawings Under 113 of the patent laws, "[tlhe applicant shall furnish a drawing where necessary...the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented.""3 Under Patent Office Rule 81, the examiner may require "illustrations which facilitate...
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Intellectual Property Law: Commercial, Creative, and Industrial ..., Volume 1

Jay Dratler, Jr., Stephen M. McJohn - Law - 2014 - 2500 pages
...CFR l.63(a), (b). 4 See 35 USC 1 13; 37 CFR 1 .81 . A drawing is not required unless it is "necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented!.]" 35 USC 113; 37 CFR S 1 .8l(a). However, failure to submit a drawing may prejudice interpretation...
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Guide for the Preparation of Patent Drawings: Selected Rules of Practice ...

DIANE Publishing Company - 1994 - 195 pages
...application. (a) The applicant for a patent is required to furnish a drawing of his or her invention where necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented; this drawing, or a high quality copy thereof, must be filed with the application. Since corrections...
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Patents Handbook: A Guide for Inventors and Researchers to Searching Patent ...

Fred K. Carr - Technology & Engineering - 1995 - 221 pages
...patent issues. The statutory requirement for drawings is set forth in 35 USC Sect. 113 cited below. The applicant shall furnish a drawing where necessary...its submission within a time period of not less than two months from the sending of a notice thereof. Drawings submitted after the filing date of the application...
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Manual of Patent Examining Procedure

J. Michael Thesz - 1997 - 500 pages
...reconsideration, a petition may be filed in accordance with 37 CFR 1.181. 608.02 Drawing [Rl] 55 USC 113. Drawings. The applicant shall furnish a drawing...necessary for the understanding of the subject matter to be patented. When the nature of such subject matter admits of illustration by a drawing and the...
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The Best Test Preparation and Review Course for the Patent Bar Exam: For ...

Study Aids - 2000 - 324 pages
...Application. (a) The applicant for a patent is required to furnish a drawing of his or her invention where necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented; this drawing, or a high quality copy thereof, must be filed with the application. Since corrections...
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Intellectual Property Law Dictionary

Law - 2004 - 500 pages
...product or process. Drawings: The applicant shall furnish a drawing where necessary for the Part II- 14 understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented....the applicant has not furnished such a drawing, the Director may require its submission within a time period of not less than two months from the sending...
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The Handbook of Nanotechnology: Business, Policy, and Intellectual Property Law

John C. Miller, Ruben Serrato, Jose Miguel Represas-Cardenas, Griffith Kundahl - Business & Economics - 2004 - 384 pages
...at the time of filing. Generally, drawings are provided in the Detailed Description and are required "where necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented."29 Claims Patent claims, which are comprised of elements (or limitations), determine the...
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Scott on Information Technology Law

...wrapper estoppel" or "prosecution history estoppel." [D] Drawings Under Section 1 13 of the patent laws, "[t]he applicant shall furnish a drawing where necessary...the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented."317 Under Patent Office Rule 81, the examiner may require "illustrations which facilitate...
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The Everything Inventions And Patents Book: Turn Your Crazy Ideas into Money ...

Barbara Russell Pitts, Mary Russell Sarao - Law - 2005 - 304 pages
...drawings may cause an application to be considered incomplete but are only required if drawings are necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented. Embodiment A manner in which an invention can be made, used, practiced, or expressed. Kn toreen hi...
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