Patent And Patent Application Rules

Original Language Title: Patentu un patentu pieteikumu noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 224 in 2008 (April 1. No 21 13) Patent and patent application Regulations Issued in accordance with the Patent law of the second subparagraph of article 27, article 28, of the seventh part of the first subparagraph of article 32, article 36, of the first part of the second paragraph of article 37, article 38 of the fourth subparagraph, article 47, third paragraph, article 51 and 71 of the fifth of the second subparagraph of article i. General provisions 1 the question determines: 1.1. samples of the patent application and content;
1.2. the order in which the available biological material;
1.3. notification procedures;
1.4. the submission of amendments to the patent application;
1.5. the Divisional patent application filing procedures;
1.6. patent sample (annex 1);
1.7. the maintenance of the patent register and shall be included in the agenda;
1.8. the patent and patent application procedures for transfer to another person;
1.9. the submission of the translation of the claims. II. the granting of the patent application 2. granting of the patent application (annex 2) includes: 2.1 the applicant's request to be granted a patent the invention;
2.2. details of the applicant (subject to this provision the requirements of paragraph 3);
2.3. the invention name (identical to the name used in the description of the invention);
2.4. the details of the inventor;
2.5. the particulars of the applicant's representative, if the application is lodged by the representative;
2.6. priority data if the applicant requests an earlier application the priority;
2.7. the initial application (Basic) number and date, if the application has been filed in connection with the distribution of the initial application;
2.8. an indication of the new publicly available biological material of limited use (if any content application);
2.9. in reference to the drawings to be published (if the application documents include several drawings);
2.10. address for correspondence;
2.11. other information necessary for the examination of the application and the granting of the patent. 3. details of the applicant (if there are several applicants, of each of them): 3.1 physical persons-name, surname and residence address (last write in capital letters);
3.2. legal person-name and registered address;
3.3. foreign applicant-an individual's first name, last name or legal name and address of the person (the relevant foreign language oriģinālform (latīņalfabētisk script languages) or oriģinālform in transliteration of latīņalfabētisk (other languages)). 4. the application shall be signed by the applicant (all applicants) or the applicant's representative. III. A description of the invention in the description of the invention 5 contains the following sections (in the order listed): 5.1 the invention name (as specified in the application);
5.2. reference to the technical sector to which the invention relates;
5.3. the applicant is aware of technical level short analysis, which can be important for understanding the invention and inspection (preferably also include references to information sources);
5.4. technical problems and its solution in the form of a concentrated presentation;
5.5. list of drawing, if the nature of the invention attached drawings revelation;
5.6. the implementation of the invention to one or more of the detailed explanation of examples describing the potential industrial use of;
5.7. the nucleotide or amino acid sequences under the World Intellectual Property Organization standard St. 25 "nucleotide and amino acid sequences in patent applications to the list of" requirements, if a description of the invention made for the display of such sequences (with the standard can be found in the Patent or the Governing Board Web site (http://www.european-patent-office.org/filingsoft/bio_tools/index.htm). 6. The invention name is short enough and specific to identify the object of the invention. The title of the invention it is recommended to use not more than 10 words. Do not use fictional names, technical terms. 7. in paragraph 5 of these regulations for that description expert view must be clear and complete. On the expert believes the notional person who has the necessary knowledge of the technical sector to which the invention relates, and to the extent corresponding to the idea of the technical level of the Patent Act article 5, second and third parts. In addition, believes that she has the ' technical features, as well as, if necessary, the opportunity to conduct experimental work to implement the invention. 8. If the invention is related to a technical problem that requires a solution to know more technical sectors on the expert considers that a person or group of persons who have the necessary knowledge in all relevant sectors as a whole. IV. The claims the claims 9 (hereinafter the claims) number should be reasonably clear from the nature of the invention. If there are several claims, they numbered sequentially with Arabic numerals. 10. claim does not use references to other parts of the description, except where necessary for the understanding of the invention. 11. If a petition is used in reference to the drawings, they are written in parentheses with digits that correspond to the digits used in the drawing. References that are not essential to understanding, clearer claims not included in the claims. 12. Claims the invention is characterized by inventive technical characteristics of the object. 13. If the nature of the invention, claims allows consists of two parts-the restrictive and different parts of the (inherent). Petition the restrictive part refers to the object, and with the invention of the art of the common technical characteristics. Different (intrinsic) part begins with the words "differs in that the" or with similar defining words and contain certain technical features which distinguish the invention from the known art, but which together with restrictive features of part identifies the invention of object as a single whole. Two-part claims not in use if they do not correspond to the nature of the invention. 14. A Patent application may contain more than one of the same category (product, process, or device usage) the independent claims, if the object meets at least one of the following conditions: 14.1. object contains many mutually related products;
14.2. the object of the application relate to the products or devices for different applications;

14.3. the object contains each of the specific problems of alternative solutions, which can include not one complaint. 15. For each of the claims that define the essential features of the invention, you can follow one or more claims relating to the specific implementation of the invention. 16. each claim that includes all other claims (claim in dependent), introductory paragraph contains a reference to the other complaints and identify additional characteristics, which require protection. A dependent claim is also permissible if the claim referred to, is a dependent claim. 17. All dependent claims, which is a reference to one of the preceding claims, and all dependent claims that refer to more than one previous claim (complaint daudzkārtatkarīg), the group behind the claim from which it depends, and to which reference is made in the petition, it depends on to this claim would be the rational connection. Daudzkārtatkarīg complaint references can be written in the form of the only alternative (using the conjunction "or"). Daudzkārtatkarīg the complaint cannot serve as a reference for the claims for other daudzkārtatkarīg either directly or indirectly. V. Drawing 18. Drawing contains graphic material that is needed to understand the invention and the nature of the claims (for example, a picture of the device and the other view, flowcharts, diagrams, electrical circuit diagrams, the amino acid and nucleotide sequences of graphic material). 19. the drawing is not a chemical and mathematical formula, as well as a table that has a claim to the invention described and summary. The formula does not apply this provision in paragraph 24 and 25 technical rules drawing design. Vi. Summary of the Patent 20. Summary (no more than 150 words) include: 20.1. indication of the technical sector to which the invention relates;
20.2. the technical problem and its solution in a short and accurate description that reflects the nature of the invention, if appropriate, with references to the drawings;
20.3. the reference to the use of the invention the main types. 21. the summary can include mathematical or chemical formula, or to add a picture that best describes the nature of the invention. VII. The Patent description, claims, drawings and summary submission form 22. Patent description, claims, drawings and summary shall be submitted so as to be able to make direct reproduction (photographed by copying or scanning) any number of copies, noting that: 22.1. site is not wrinkled or torn. They are not allowed to bend;
22.2. use only on one side;
22.3. the text placed in the vertical direction of the page (on the portretorientēt page);
22.4. the paper is stiff, white, smooth, Matt and durable in use.
22.5. the description, the claims and the summary are on separate pages;
22.6. the material is not fastened so that it split over the leaves can cause damage;
14.1. a page of A4 size (29.7 cm x 21 cm);
22.8. the description, the claims and summary minimum derogation from the edge of the page is the following: 22.8.1. upper edge-2 cm;
22.8.2. the left edge-2.5 cm;
22.8.3. good edge-2 cm;
22.8.4. bottom edge-2. page number 22.9 cm by Arabic numerals at the top of the page. To the page edges are not write, stamp or signature;
22.10. Description and claims of each page of every fifth line of text you can number (the numbers deployed to the left edge of the page to the right in the following order – 5, 10, 15, etc.). 23. the description, the claims and prepares summary text. Only graphic symbols or sizes, chemical or mathematical formulas, if necessary, you can write or draw with your hand (subject to the provisions of the technical article). Interval between lines is presented in 1.5. Text in one font with characters that a capital letter size shall not be less than the size 12 font. The text printed in clear, black letters. The line is perpendicular to the edges. 24. the drawings shall develop the following: 24.1. drawings be numbered;
24.2. the drawings used in an area used by the page not exceed 26.2 cm x 17.0 cm. Leaves the area not used frames. The minimum indentation from the edge of the page is the following: 24.2.1. upper edge-2.5 cm 24.2.2. left edge-2.5 cm;
24.2.3. good edge-1.5 cm; 24.2.4. bottom edge-1 cm; 24.3. drawings shall not contain text captions, except a single word or words, when it is necessary (for example, "water," "steam," "open", "close", "part TWO"). If the drawing depicts a flowchart of the electrical circuit or short explanation, allowed for better understanding of the drawing;
15.2. the drawings created with durable, black, sufficiently dense, thick and uniformly expressed lines without painting. Cross-sections marked with sloping parallel line deletion, which does not interfere with the main line and clear visibility. All numbers, letters and reference lines in the drawings shall be simple and clear. Numbers and letters without brackets, circles, or quotation marks. All line drawing of the mark with the instruments. Number and letter height drawings shall not be less than 0.32 cm. 25. One page can contain several drawings. Drawings on the page located to avoid unnecessary blank areas, however they are clearly separated from each other. We recommend that you deploy pages drawings in the vertical direction (on the portretorientēt page). If the drawing or table posted on the page in the horizontal direction, drawing the top of the left side of the page. VIII. Access to the deposited biological material deposited biological material 26. is publicly available to any person upon request from the date of publication of the patent application, but the Patent Act article 35, paragraph 2, second subparagraph in order before that date. In accordance with the Patent Act article 35, paragraph 2, second subparagraph, this right is implemented by issuing a sample of the biological material deposited to the person making the request. 27. the sample of the biological material deposited shall be issued, if the Patent Office has received along with the request of the applicant for or the holder of the patent to submit a written declaration that the biological material or its derivatives: 27.1. not give third parties;
27.2. will be used only for experimental purposes until such time as the patent application is rejected or withdrawn or deemed to be withdrawn, or until the expiry of the patent. 28. in the receipt on biological material or its derivatives only for experimental purposes, use is not required if: the applicant or patent 28.1. the owner of the Patent Office announces the abandonment of the attestation requirements;

28.2. the applicant uses this material on the basis of a compulsory licence. 29. Until the publication of the application to complete the technical preparations of the applicant may inform the Patent Office that, until the publication of the notice of the grant of the patent or for 20 years after the date of the application, if the application has been rejected, withdrawn or considered withdrawn, the availability to the public, referred to in paragraph 26 of these regulations, provided the sample is only requesting the recommended expert if the applicant making the request, the Patent Office, shall also submit proof that the expert has consented to the proposed applicant. Shall also be submitted along with the request, the expert evidence where expert confirms that the applicant accepts this provision in paragraph 27 that commitment until the patent expires, or if the application has been refused, withdrawn or deemed to be withdrawn, until this provision 27.2. day referred to. The applicant shall be considered a third party. 30. Biological material derivative, referred to in paragraph 27 of these rules, is a material that has possess the qualities of the material deposited, which are essential for the implementation of the invention. 27.2. These provisions referred to below do not interfere with commitments derived biological material for patent purposes deposits. 31. The rules referred to in paragraph 26, the request shall be submitted to the Patent Office via the Patent Board form. Form Patent Board certifies that the patent application, which is a reference to deposited biological material, has been filed and the applicant or the proposed expert shall be entitled to a sample of the material. Even after the grant of the patent application is submitted to the Patent Office. 32. The Patent Board forwards a copy of the request under this provision the proof referred to in paragraph 28 of the depositary and the applicant or patent owner. 33. If the biological material deposited in accordance with article 28 of the law of patents seventh part of conditions can no longer be obtained from the depositary so that it is no longer viable or depositary is unable to deliver the samples for other reasons, and a sample of the biological material is not passed on to other Patent law article 28 in the seventh for the purposes referred to an approved depositary from which it is receivable, then break the availability of samples shall be considered as an unprecedented If new originally deposited biological material shall be deposited within three deposit months of the date on which the depositary shall notify the receipt on the break, and the receipt of the deposit slip copy that content of the patent application or patent number which is issued by the depositary shall send to the Patent Office within a period of four months from the effective date of the new deposit. 34. paragraph 33 of these rules in the case of the new deposit at the depository, which supported the original deposit or other Patent law article 28 referred to in the seventh by the depositary. 35. If the depository in which the original deposit was deposited, withdrawn Patent law article 28 of the seventh part of the recognized depositary in whole or with respect to the biological material, where the samples are deposited, or the depositary, or completely stop temporarily to perform functions in respect of deposited biological material and if the rules referred to in paragraph 33 of the depositary notification is not received within six months of such a casual These rules referred to in paragraph 33, the three-month period starting from the date on which notice of such an event is published in the Official Gazette of the Patent Office. 36. At the same time with the new deposit receipt submitted a signed statement that the new biological deposit is the same as that originally deposited. IX. the representative of the Applicant authority 37. Applicant Representative (annex 3) include: 37.1. details of the contract of mandate holders (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
37.2. details of representative;
37.3. the particulars of the patent application or patent which clearly identifies the application or patent (inventive name, number of the application or patent, if required,-the date of application), who assigned the delegate;
23.2. the power of the employer's signature with the transcript, also indicate the legal entity's authority (officers) position and name of the legal person);

37.5. the signing of the document date and place. 38. the power of the notarial attestation is not required. Representative shall submit to the Board the powers of the original Patent. If the authorization relates to multiple applications, the Patent Board powers submitted the original add the appropriate number of copies of the submission term indicating the application, which is included in the powers of the original. X. amended patent application 39. the amendments presented in the patent application as a replacement sheet for every sheet which contains the amendment. The applicant shall indicate on the cover sheet that the differences between those submitted pages and redirected pages. If an amendment to fully abolish any of the pages, the applicant indicated. 40. The Patent application amendments do not change the substance of the invention and not extend the scope of the claims, if they are proficient in the meaning of direct and clearly apparent from the initial patent application submitted. 41. the independent claims of the invention features are allowed, if the amendments concern the clarification of the language of signs (outline, wording), does not change the characteristics of technical nature and does not extend a volume. XI. Separate patent filing order 42. Divisional patent application after the applicant's initiative or at the request of the Patent Office may be submitted up to the date when the Patent Office shall send to the applicant a decision on expertise in the granting of the patent, the original patent application for the invention (the invention group). 43. Divisional patent application relates only to the invention or group of inventions that were logged and described in the original application. 44. Divisional patent application shall be deemed to have been filed on the date of the original patent application, and then save all the original patent application, the right of priority if the applicant filed the Divisional patent application, follow that rule 42 and 43 in. 45. Divisional patent application, who in addition to new content that does not contain claims of the original patent application, be deemed to have been filed on the date of the original patent application and it is saved in the original patent application, the right of priority, if all elements of the new claims were described in the original patent application for the invention described, but the rest of the claims contained in the original patent application. XII. Patent 46. Patent consists of covers, the cover page and the pages of the annex. Patent size is A4 page. 47. The Patent covers (annex 1 to these regulations, paragraph 1) is made of white, commercial paper, and put the following elements: 29.3.-networking;
47.2. the top-great Latvian National coat-of-arms image below-inscription "the Republic of Latvia" and "PATENT";
47.3. the Middle-text "Latvian Patent Board certifies that this invention is contained in the patents included in the patent register of the State with no P 00000" (number shall be printed according to the specific case);
47.4. the text, left-tape picture Latvian national flag colors and the imprint of the stamp of the Patent Office;
29.5. at bottom, left side-date (date reflects a with a stamp) and the place of issue;
29.6., bottom-right side of the signature properties (title "Patent Office Director", the Patent Board Director's signature and the signature of the transcript). 48. The Patent cover page (annex 1 to these regulations, paragraph 2) is made with the computer printed on white paper, printing on one side. The cover page of the patent under the properties put the invention, the invention of the bibliographical news summary and, where necessary, drawings. This set of information constitute patent BIBLIO grāfisk certificate (hereinafter referred to as the message). 49. The Patent page annex consists of a description of the invention, the claims and the drawings they made with the copy machine on white paper, copying on both sides of the page. 50. Patent cauršuj and certified with the seal of the Patent Office. 51. The Patent shall be issued in a single original. If you register as a patent co-owners referred to more than one person and no other application materials, patents issued instructions to the co-owners, who referred to the application of the patent application first. 52. the duplicate shall be issued by the Patent law on the development and design of a document in the order based on the owner of the patent application. XIII. Patent register the Patent Register 53. content shall include details of published patent applications, granted patents, European patents after their approval in the Republic of Latvia and the supplementary protection certificate (in parentheses are applicable internationally accepted codes (INID codes) that are used in the patent bibliographic identification data): 53.1. patent number (11);
53.2. International Classification index (51);
53.3. patent application number (21);
53.4. the date of the patent application (22);
13. publication date of the patent application (41);
53.6. notification of the granting of the patent, publication date (45);
53.7. it earlier patent application number and the date from which this application is separate (62);
53.8. priority application number (31);
priority application date is 53.9. (32);
53.10. priority filing country identification code (33);
53.11. regional or Patent Cooperation Treaty presented in the framework of the patent application number and date (86);
53.12. regional or Patent Cooperation Treaty presented in the framework of the publication of the patent application number and publication date (87);
the applicant for the patent, 53.13., address, country code (71);
53.14. inventors, address, country code (72);
53.15. patent owner, address, country code (73);
patent attorney or representative 53.16., address, country code (74);
53.17. (54) title of the invention;
53.18. details of the transfer of patent rights;
53.19. news about the renewal of the patent rights in accordance with article 46 of the Patent Act;
53.20. details of the patent rights to use;
53.21. news about the validity of the patent term extension;
53.22. supplementary protection certificate (application) number;
53.23. supplementary protection certificate, the date of filing the application;
53.24. medicinal products or plant protection products registration certificate number and the date of award (92);
53.25. medicinal products or plant protection products in the European Union the certificate number and date of award (93);
53.26. supplementary protection certificate period of validity (94);
53.27. basic patent in the name of the product (95);
News about patent 53.28. burden (the court seised in accordance with article 55 of the Patent Act, the statutory requirement of ensuring the application of funds in accordance with the Patent Act article 63);
53.29. details of patent expiry of validity, the validity of the patent's expiry date;

News about patent 53.30. before termination of the period in accordance with article 55 of the Patent Act;
News about patent 53.31. invalidation, in accordance with article 56 of the Patent Act;
53.32. changes in terms specified in this rule and the bottom point 53.15 53.16.. 54. Patent register shall also include information on bug fixes in this provision in paragraph 53 of the report. 55. This provision of the information referred to in paragraph 71 of the Patent include respectively the Board messages, supplementary protection certificates, notices (patents in the form of an extract from the register) for transactions relating to patent, or notices concerning amendments in the news relating to the patented invention. This set of documents form the patent registry books. 56. the Executive Board shall keep a Patent register the patent books not bound non-patent cases, in which case the document set for each patent type message page, accompanied with the appropriate notification on amendments in the news pages associated with the patent. The set of documents concerning the supplementary protection certificate, include the supplementary protection certificate, accompanied by a notification of the changes in the news pages associated with the certificate. 57. Correspondence with the Patent Office relating to a patent application or patent, or additional information about the applicant (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office), include: 57.1. the particulars of the patent application or patent which clearly identifies the patent case-patent application or patent number, the title of the invention or, if necessary, the date of the patent application;
57.2. precise information on the documents accompanying the application (document date, type, name and amount). 58. the Executive Board shall be submitted to the National Patent fee payment or copy of the original document. This document contains information which clearly and unambiguously identifies the submitted a patent application or patent, the action for which the fee is paid, the amount and payment date. XIV. A Patent or patent application for the transfer of 59. If the applicant for or holder of the patent, the owner of the patent, the patent applicant or the person to whom the patent or patent application, the Patent shall be submitted to the Executive Board a request for inclusion in the register of patents of the change in the news. 60. the changes related to the patent or the patent application transfers to another person, the Patent Board included in the patent register when the application uses the Patent Board approved form (annex 4) or else it basically corresponds to the form. The application shall state the following particulars: 60.1. the patent applicant or owner (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
60.2. the patent or patent application number;
60.3. the new patent applicant or the new owner of the patent (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
60.4. If the applicant for or proprietor of the patent is a representative, his name and address;
60.5. If a new patent applicant or owner has a representative, his name and address. 61. If the patent applicant or owner resulting from a contract change, the application shall indicate this fact, and, if the request is submitted to the new applicant for or holder of the patent, the application shall be accompanied by a copy of the contract or a certified extract of the competent authority of its agreement, which show the change of ownership. 62. If the patent applicant or owner resulting from a change of a merger, Division or transformation, this fact shall be stated in the application and the application shall be accompanied by a copy of a document in which a competent authority certifies that the merger, decomposition or transformation and application of the law. 63. Where a change in one or more but not all of the applicants or the co-owners and the patent or the patent application transfers result from a contract, the Patent Board submitted a document signed by each applicant or patent co-owners that is not covered by the patent or the patent application transfers, the express agreement of the patent or the patent application transfers. 64. If a patent or patent application transfers do not result from a contract, a merger, the reorganization or Division, but it is another reason (for example, the force of law or a court decision, the right of establishment or the service, or any other laws, regulations for legal action under the Patent Act 50. the first part of the article), the application shall state this fact and the application shall be accompanied by a copy of the document certifying the change. 65. If the change refers to several patents or patent applications, but the owner of the patent or the applicant and the new applicant, or the owner of the patent are one and the same person may submit only one application, provided that the application contains all the relevant patent or patent application numbers, and paid the State fee for the patent or the patent application transfers for each of these patents or patent applications. 66. If the applicant for or proprietor of the patent is a representative, simultaneously with the document certifying the transfer of the new owner of the patent shall be submitted to, or issued by the applicant authority. XV. The Patent owner name (name) or a change of address 67. If you change only the holder of the patent or the applicant's name (name) or address, the holder of the patent or the applicant shall submit to the Patent Office a request for inclusion in the register of patents of the change in the news. 68. the changes related to the patent owner or applicant name (name) or change of address, include the Patent Office patent register when the application uses the Patent in the form approved by the Executive Board (annex 5) or is it essentially corresponds to the form. The application shall show the following: 68.1. the patent owner's name and address;
68.2. If the applicant for or proprietor of the patent is a representative, his name and address;
68.3. patent or patent application number;

68.4. patent owner or applicant's new name (name) or address to be included in the patent register in the news about this patent or patent application. 69. If the change relates to the same person more patents may submit only one application, provided that the application contains all relevant patent numbers and have paid the State fee for the changes in the patent register messages for each of these patents or patent applications. XV. change of 70 Representatives. A change in the holder of the patent or the applicant's patent agent, the owner or his representative shall submit new Patent Board request for the inclusion of the amendment in the register of patents in the news. 71. the changes related to the patent owner or representative of the applicant, the Patent Office include patent register when the application is added to the new representative of the identity document which meets the requirements of chapter IX of the rules, and it contains the following information: 71.1. the patentee name and address;
71.2. patent or patent application number;
71.3. the new name and address of the representative. 72. If the change refers to the same person several patents or patent applications may submit only one application, provided-if the new representative are one and the same patent, each such application contains all relevant patent numbers and paid duty on the changes in the patent register messages for each of these patents. XVII. License agreements 73. registration application for registration of a Patent License Agreement the Board either the licensor or his representative, or by the licensee or his representative. 74. Information concerning the Patent License Agreement included in the patent register of the Board when the application is used in the form approved by the Patent Office (annex 6) or is it essentially corresponds to the form. The application shall include the following: 74.1. the licensor (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
74.2. licensee (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
46.2. the patent or patent application number;
74.4. license type;
46.3. license time and place;
74.6. license date of conclusion of the contract. 75. If a licensee, please contact the registration application shall be accompanied by a copy of the license agreement or the competent institution a certified statement of the license agreement, including the news that clearly identifies the Contracting Parties, patent case, which concluded a license agreement, as well as details of the license period. 76. where one or more but not all of the co-owners of the patent is a contributor license agreement, Patent documents submitted to the Governing Board, signed by each of the co-owners of the patent to which the Treaty does not apply, clearly expressed consent to the registration of this license agreement. 77. If the license agreement covers a number of patents, but the licensor and the licensee are the same for each patent, it may submit only one application, provided that the application contains all the respective patent numbers and has paid the State fee for the registration of the license agreement for each of these patents or patent applications. 78. If the application complies with this rule 74, 75, 76 and 77.. the requirements laid down in paragraph 1, the Patent Office on patent news or rights of use of the patent in accordance with the license agreement included in the patent register, a notice shall be published in the Official Gazette of the Patent Office, as well as sent to the applicant. XVII. Corrigendum to the patent register in 79. If a patent or patent application contains the translation, transcription or obvious mistakes in the patent registry entry or the Patent Board publication, the owner of the patent or the applicant is entitled to request the Patent Office this error correction. 80. An application for the correction of errors shall be made out on the form of the Patent Office (annex 7). The application shall include the following: 80.1. the patent owner (natural person-name, surname and residence address, legal person-name and registered office);
80.2. the name and address of the representative, if the applicant for or proprietor of the patent is representative;
49.9. patent or patent application number;
80.4. the erroneous entry that needs fixing;
the correct record 80.5., be included in the patent register. 81. If the correction relates to one person for several patents or patent applications, but the mistake and the requested correction are the same for each of the person's patents or patent applications may submit only one application, provided that the application contains all the respective patent numbers and has paid the State fee for the correction of errors in each of these patents or applications. 82. The Patent Board their own mistakes right itself or to the owner of the patent application, the base free of charge. XIX. the translation of the European patent claims submission 83. European patent owner shall submit to the Patent Board: 83.1. specific sample submission (annex 8);
51.7. European patent claim Latvian language translations;
83.3. document on publishing the State duty payment;
83.4. the mandate of representative. 84. The Patent Board checks that the translation corresponds to the original claim. If the translation of the claims is grammatical, or other errors of terminology, the Patent Office shall notify the applicant, recommending repairs. 85. By submitting a translation of the claims (paper and electronic), follow that rule in paragraph 22 and 23 requirements relating to the form of the patent application. 86. In submitting a translation of the claims electronically, the following requirements shall be met: 53.5. text saves the file with the extension "doc" format "Windows-1257 encoding";
86.2. filename consists of the letters "PE" and the patent number, which consists of seven digits (for example, EP0456789);
86.3. chemical formulas included in the text, but the drawings at the end of the text is added by using minimal memory resources for retention;
86.4. If the applicant modified the text after the recommendations of the Board of the Patent (if any) under this rule 84, name the file after the patent number digits add text "corrected" (for example, EP0456789_labot);
86.5. submit to external translation of electronic data storage media (such as floppy disks, CD-ROM) or sent by electronic mail to the electronic messages as attachments to the address tulkojumi@lrpv.lv. 87. where a translation of the claims submitted electronically, both the translation and the other 83 those provisions in documents submitted to the Patent Office Patent law article 71 of the time limit referred to in the second subparagraph. Prime Minister Godmanis.

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