92bis.1 Recording of Changes by the International Bureau
(a) The International Bureau shall, on the request of the applicant or the receiving Office, record changes in the following indications appearing in the request or demand:
(i) person, name, residence, nationality or address of the applicant,
(ii) person, name or address of the agent, the common representative or the inventor.
(b) The International Bureau shall not record the requested change if the request for recording is received by it after the expiration of 30 months from the priority date.
Date retrieved: 17 May 2021
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