The WIPO PCT Guide is published in English and French by the International Bureau of WIPO ("IB") in electronic form only.[ 2 ] A German translation is published in paper form by Carl Heymanns Verlag.
Regularly updated general information on the EPO and specific information on the procedures before the EPO as receiving Office, International Authority (ISA, SISA and IPEA) and designated/elected Office under the PCT is provided in the Annexes to the WIPO PCT Guide.[ 3 ]
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Up-to-date news about the PCT is available on the WIPO website and also from the PCT Newsletter and the Official Notices (PCT Gazette), both published in electronic form by WIPO.[ 6 ] Applicants desiring further information about the PCT procedure in the international phase are advised to consult the Administrative Instructions under the PCT ("AI"),[ 7 ] the PCT Receiving Office Guidelines ("GL/RO") and the PCT International Search and Preliminary Examination Guidelines ("ISPE Guidelines", "GL/ISPE"),[ 8 ] all available on the WIPO website.
Since 1 November 2015, applicants have also been able to consult the Guidelines for Search and Examination at the European Patent Office as PCT Authority ("PCT-EPO Guidelines", "GL/PCT-EPO"), available on the EPO website.[ 9 ] Furthermore, any reference to "GL/EPO" in this Guide relates to the Guidelines for Examination in the European Patent Office as revised in 2017.[ 10 ]
Date retrieved: 30 December 2018
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EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int.
EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - A General Overview
EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - B The EPO as a PCT receiving Office
EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - C The EPO as ISA and SISA
EPO Guide for Applicants, part II Int. - D The EPO as an IPEA
Offical Journal of the EPO
XOJ EPO 2015, A73 - Notice from the European Patent Office dated 21 July 2015 concerning the publication of Guidelines for Search and Examination at the European Patent Office as PCT Authority (PCT-EPO Guidelines)