PCT AG-IP 6.003 How does the international application reach the receiving Office?

Rule 92.4

6.003.   How does the international application reach the receiving Office?  The international application may be deposited with or mailed to the receiving Office.  It may also be filed by other means of rapid communication, notably by facsimile machine, provided that the receiving Office places such facilities at the disposal of applicants and that the original is furnished within 14 days, if so required by the receiving Office (see Annexes B). The requirements in relation to filing the international application and any subsequent documents by facsimile machine are explained in more detail in paragraphs 11.067 to 11.070.

Source: http://www.wipo.int/pct/en/appguide/text.jsp?page=ip06.html

Date retrieved: 02 November 2015

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PCT Implementing Rules

PCT Applicant's Guide - International Phase