PCT AG-IP 11.043 What can be done if the authorization of a rectification is refused?

Rule 91.3(d) Section 113(b)

11.043.   What can be done if the authorization of a rectification is refused?  If the authorization of a rectification is refused, the applicant may request the International Bureau, within two months from the date of the refusal, in writing, to publish the request for rectification, the reasons for refusal by the authority and any further brief comments that may be submitted by the applicant, together with the international application.  This request is subject to the payment at the same time of a special fee, the amount of which is indicated in Annex B (IB).  Once the request for rectification and the reasons for refusal have been published, the applicant may pursue it further before the designated Offices under their national law and practice for the rectification of obvious mistakes.  Refused requests for rectification are not annexed to the IPRP except in certain circumstances as set out in paragraph 10.076.

Source: http://www.wipo.int/pct/en/appguide/text.jsp?page=ip11.html

Date retrieved: 24 November 2017

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