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If an application is abandoned due to a USPTO Office error, an applicant may file a request to reinstate the application, instead of a petition to revive. There is no fee for a request for reinstatement. You must file a request for reinstatement within two months of the issue date of the notice of abandonment. You must include a true copy of the document that was timely submitted, and a copy of an acceptable form of proof of receipt in the USPTO.
-- see TMEP §1712.01 for a list of evidence that may be considered in support of a request for reinstatementUSPTO - Cite This Source - This Definition
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