TMEP 1104.10(b): Common Examination Issues Related to Amendments to Allege Use
October 2017 Edition of the TMEP
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1104.10(b) Common Examination Issues Related to Amendments to Allege Use
The following sections represent the most common issues to be considered during examination of an amendment to allege use. These sections do not exhaust all possible grounds for issuing a refusal or making a requirement. Moreover, any amendments filed with an amendment to allege use that do not pertain to use of the proposed mark (e.g., changes to the identification of goods/services or drawing), must be separately considered and examined according to standard examination procedures.