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That is, the claim(s), abstract and sequence listings (if any) should each begin on a new page since each of these sections (specification, abstract, claims, sequence listings) of the disclosure are separately indexed in the Image File Wrapper (IFW). Applicant’s cooperation is requested in correcting any errors of which applicant may become aware in the specification.
There should be no overlap on a single page of more than one section of the disclosure. Certain cross references to other related applications may be made. applications identified only by the attorney’s docket number may be amended to properly identify the earlier application(s). As the specification is never returned to applicant under any circumstances, the applicant should retain an accurate copy thereof. The pages of the specification including claims and abstract must be numbered consecutively, starting with 1, the numbers being centrally located above or preferably, below, the text.
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Form paragraph 7.29 may be used where the disclosure contains minor informalities. (0.08 inch) high (e.g., a font size of 6) (37 CFR1.52(b)(2)(ii)).
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(0.125 inch) high, but may be no smaller than 0.21 cm.To obtain a valid patent, a patent application as filed must contain a full and clear disclosure of the invention in the manner prescribed by 35 U. No new matter may be introduced into an application after its filing date. All amendments and claims must find descriptive basis in the original disclosure.The claim(s), abstract and sequence listing (if any) should not be included on a sheet including any other part of the application (37 CFR 1.71(f)). Applicants must make every effort to file patent applications, and papers that are to become a part of the permanent United States Patent and Trademark Office records in the file of a patent application or a reexamination proceeding, in a form that is clear and reproducible.The claim or claims must commence on a separate sheet or electronic page and any sheet including a claim or portion of a claim may not contain any other parts of the application or other material (37 CFR 1.75(h)). If the papers are not of the required quality, substitute papers of suitable quality will be required.
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The abstract must commence on a separate sheet and any sheet including an abstract or portion of an abstract may not contain any other parts of the application or other material (37 CFR 1.72(b)). See 37 CFR 1.125 for filing rewritten papers constituting a substitute specification required by the Office. All papers which are to become a part of the permanent records of the U. Patent and Trademark Office must be legibly written either by a typewriter or mechanical printer in permanent dark ink or its equivalent in portrait orientation on flexible, strong, smooth, nonshiny, durable, and white paper.