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A: Yes, however the standard deadbolt placement dimension for pre-drilled doors is six inches above the handle. This could make the use of the deadbolt less comfortable, since the placement of the deadbolt would be too close to the handles of the UltraLatch.
It is recommended, when installing a standard round deadbolt to leave at least eight inches between the center of the deadbolt and the center of the UltraLatch bolt to allow clearance for the UltraLatch handles.
TEAS allows you to save your work as a portable form at the Validation Page. This page appears at the end of the application after you have entered all your information in the form. To download and save the form data, you must click on the \"Download Portable Data\" button at the bottom of the Validation Page. The information will be saved to your local drive. To begin the submission process with saved data, you must open a new form, and click on the \"Browse/Choose File\" button displayed on the initial form wizard page, at \"[OPTIONAL]\" To access previously-saved data, use the \"Browse/Choose File\" button below to access the file from your local drive.\" Clicking on the \"Continue\" button at the bottom of the first page will then properly open the saved version of the form.Alternatively, you may create a \"dummy\" form and enter the \"real\" data at a later point. You can create a \"dummy\" form by (1) pulling up the regular TEAS form; (2) entering either an \"x\" for any mandatory field, or \"fake\" numbers where a numerical entry is required, or attaching a \"dummy\" image file; (3) validating this version of the form; (4) using the button on the bottom of the validation page to save the form to your local drive; (5) pulling up the saved form, and (6) entering \"real\" data for any field wherein an \"x\" was initially used as a \"data placeholder.\" WARNING: If you create a \"dummy\" form, and the USPTO then later upgrades the form, the saved template may not be usable for future filings, and a new template based on the upgraded version of the form may have to be created.
The Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) allows you to fill out online USPTO forms. You can submit the forms directly to the USPTO over the Internet and pay by credit cards, electronic funds transfer, or through an existing USPTO deposit account. TEAS can also be used to file other documents including a response to an examining attorney's Office action, a change of address, an allegation of use, and post registration maintenance documents.
2. E-MAIL TEXT FORM TO SECOND PARTY FOR SIGNATURE: Through this method, the \"text form\" may be e-mailed to the proper signatory as a \"hyperlink\" (no \"downloading\" of a portable form is required). The signatory will enter the signature between two forward slashes (e.g., /john smith/). The signed form is then returned to the original preparer, who can then complete the submission process to the USPTO.
Note: The form must be signed and the filing to the USPTO completed within 14 days. The clock starts running as soon as the requestor clicks \"Send this Text Form to the authorized signatory(ies) to request e-signature(s)\" and it is not based on when the requestor then forwards the e-mail to the intended signatory. Please also note that the period is calculated to the minute, and is not based on the \"end of the day\" for the 14th day (e.g., a request originated at 2:00 p.m. must be filed no later than 2:00 p.m. 14 days later. If the final submit button is clicked at 2:01 p.m., an error message will be displayed indicating that the time period for filing has expired and the entire process must then be started from the beginning). You can, however, download and save the portable form (available from the Validation Page) indefinitely.
If during the payment process for your filing you are bounced to the front page of the form or encounter an \"SSL Certificate Error,\" you should try a browser other than IE. Or, if limited to IE, please simply try the next available browser version (for example, IE7.0 and IE8.0 are currently available for download). Or, if necessary, please review the information available at SSL Certificate Troubleshooting. This problem is not one that relates to the USPTO end, and cannot be resolved from the USPTO side.
The USPTO allows you to access copies of the documents in almost all pending applications, as well as many registrations. The Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) database allows you to view, download, and print documents contained in our electronic records. Also, for a fee you can request a copy of your trademark registration by contacting our Certified Copy Center.
Yes. You can access forms through the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS), from our apply online page. TEAS can be used to file an application for registration of a mark, response to examining attorney's Office action, notice of change of address, amendment to allege use, statement of use, request for extension of time to file a statement of use, affidavit of continued use under 15 U.S.C. 1058, affidavit of incontestability under 15 U.S.C. 1065, combined affidavit under 15 U.S.C. 1058 and 1065, or combined filing under 15 U.S.C. 1058 and 1059. Additional forms may be available through the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199 (or 1-571-272-9250).
Generally, you will be required to complete application online, check it for completeness, and submit it using the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS). You will also need to respond to office actions and file notices of change of address and many other documents through TEAS. You can check the status of your application using our Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system. For further information about applying for a trademark registration, see Basic Facts about Trademarks.
It's hard to predict exactly how long it will take an application to mature into a registration because so many factors can affect the process. Approximately three months after you successfully submit your application, it will be assigned to a USPTO examining attorney for review. The attorney will determine if your application meets all applicable legal requirements, and if it doesn't you will be notified in an email with a link to an office action (official letter from the USPTO). See our application process timelines for more detailed timeline information based on your filing basis. The total time for an application to be processed may be anywhere from almost a year to several years, depending on the basis for filing, and the legal issues which may arise in the examination of the application.
You can view and download documents contained in the USPTO's electronic records using the USPTO's Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system, at To retrieve the records relating to your trademark, enter your application serial number or registration number and click the \"Documents\" button.
Complete an application using the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS). You will need to respond to office actions and file notices of change of address, allegations of use and requests for extension of time to file a statement of use through TEAS. You can check the status of your application through the Trademark Status & Document Retrieval (TSDR) system. If you do not have access to the Internet, you can call the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199 or 1-571-272-9250 to request a paper form. For further information about the applying for a trademark registration, see Basic Facts about Trademarks.
Once you receive a serial number for your application, you can check the status of your application through the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system. If you do not have access to the Internet, you can call the Trademark Assistance Center at 1-800-786-9199 to request a status check. You should check on the status of your pending application every 3-4 months. If the USPTO has taken any action, you may need to respond promptly. All USPTO actions are available for viewing using TSDR.
The Trademark Official Gazette (TMOG) is published every Tuesday, including federal holidays. The purpose of the TMOG is to give notice of certain actions that are being taken with respect to the marks listed in the TMOG on the particular date of issue. Publication in the TMOG starts the period for opposition for some of the marks listed in the TMOG.
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Fasteners covered under the FQA are defined as limited to bolts, nuts, screws and studs (having a nominal diameter of 6 millimeters/0.25 inch or greater), or direct tension-indicating washers that are through-hardened (or meet a consensus standard that calls for through-hardening) and manufactured to standards and specifications of consensus standards organizations or government agencies that require a grade mark.
No. The TTAB is the administrative body that decides ex-parte appeals, oppositions, cancellations and concurrent use proceedings. For this reason, we must remain impartial. We can offer general factual information about TTAB procedure, but no TTAB employee may advise you on your case. We cannot discuss how the rules and law apply to your individual circumstances, cannot recommend a course of legal action, and cannot comment on how your case may be decided. 153554b96e