TMEP 611.03(h): Designations and Revocations of Domestic Representative

This is the October 2015 Edition of the TMEP

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611.03(h)    Designations and Revocations of Domestic Representative

Designation. An applicant or registrant may designate a domestic representative by either:

  • Setting forth the name and address of the domestic representative in the initial application for registration; or
  • Filing a separate designation setting forth the name and address of the domestic representative, signed by the individual applicant or registrant, someone with legal authority to bind a juristic applicant or registrant, or a qualified practitioner. In the case of joint applicants or registrants, all must sign.

37 C.F.R. §§2.24(a)(1) and 2.193(e)(8).

Revocation. A revocation of domestic representative must be signed by the individual applicant or registrant, someone with legal authority to bind a juristic applicant or registrant, or a qualified practitioner. 37 C.F.R. §§2.24(b) and 2.193(e)(8).

See TMEP §610regarding the designation of a domestic representative by parties not domiciled in the United States.