37 CFR 2.61
Action by examiner.
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§2.61 Action by examiner.
Applications for registration, including amendments to allege use under section 1(c) of the Act, and statements of use under section 1(d) of the Act, will be examined and, if the applicant is found not entitled to registration for any reason, applicant will be notified and advised of the reasons therefor and of any formal requirements or objections.
The examiner may require the applicant to furnish such information and exhibits as may be reasonably necessary to the proper examination of the application.
Whenever it shall be found that two or more parties whose interests are in conflict are represented by the same attorney, each party and also the attorney shall be notified of this fact.