Patent Cooperation Treaty
Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty,Article 7 PCT notably provides that the drawings are required when they are necessary for the understanding of the invention. Rule 11.13 PCT specifies special physical requirements for drawings in an international application.
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... Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty,Article 7 PCT notably provides that the drawings are required when they are necessary for the understanding of the invention ...
... The Patent Cooperation Treaty, in its Article 8(1), provides the possibility of claiming a right of priority for the filing of an international application (PCT application) The international ... For instance, for the European Patent Office as designated Office, the old Rule 4.10(a) still applied until December 12, 2007, that is, rights of priority of ... Now and more specifically for European patent applications filed on or after December 13, 2007 (the entry into force of the new version of the European Patent Convention, the so-called EPC 2000), the ...
... South Africa is a signatory of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) ... This means that South Africans are able to file both national and international applications ...
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