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United States Patent and Trademark Office
Trademark Electronic Application System
Under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 no persons are required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a valid OMB control number.
PTO Form 1663 (Rev 11/2012)
OMB No. 0651-0055 (Exp. 12/31/2018)
Declaration of Continued Use/Excusable Nonuse of Mark in Commerce Under Section 71
(15 U.S.C. § 1141)
TEAS - Version 5.9: 04/29/2017
Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m., the third-party card processing provider for USPTO payment system, Pay.gov, is performing maintenance. All USPTO storefronts are expected to remain available. However, credit/debit card payment processing through all USPTO storefronts will be unavailable during the maintenance period. Please be advised that when a filing deadline falls on a Saturday, Sunday or federal holiday, the filing may be made on the next succeeding day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or federal holiday. 37 C.F.R. Section 2.196.
On Saturday, April 29, 2017,TEAS 5.9 was released. Please see the
TEAS & TEASi Maintenance and Enhancement Section
of our website for a list of the release highlights. Of note, the "Download Portable Data" button has been renamed as "Save Form."
You must file a Section 71 declaration, specimen, and fee on a date that falls on or between the fifth (5th) and sixth (6th) anniversaries of the registration (or, for an extra fee of $100.00 per class, you may file within the six-month grace period following the sixth (6th) anniversary date). Also, you must file a Section 71 declaration, specimen, and fee on a date that falls on or between the ninth (9th) and tenth (10th) anniversaries of the registration, and each successive ten-year period thereafter (or, for an extra fee of $100.00 per class, you may file within the six-month grace period). FAILURE TO FILE A SECTION 71 DECLARATION WILL RESULT IN CANCELLATION OF THE U.S. REGISTRATION AND INVALIDATION OF THE PROTECTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION IN THE UNITED STATES.
You must complete any field preceded by the symbol "
This form has a session time limit of 60 minutes. Your "session" began as soon as you accessed this initial Form Wizard page. If you exceed the 60-minute time limit, the form will not validate and you must begin the entire process again; you can, however,
extend the time limit
. You should always try to have all information required to complete the form prior to starting any session.
Enter a Registration Number
(required only if completing the form for the first time)
WARNING: Be sure you are entering a registration number and NOT a serial number.
using the "Browse/Choose File" button below to access the file from your local drive.
For specific instructions, please click
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS WILL RESULT IN THE DISPLAY OF YOUR DATA IN AN XML FORMAT THAT CANNOT BE EDITED.
attempt to use the button below to upload an image file (for example, a specimen). You must use the button that will be presented for that purpose
within the proper section of the actual form
The owner/holder of a registered extension of protection of an international registration to the United States must
the international registration directly with the International Bureau (IB). Under Section 70(b) of the Trademark Act, if the international registration is not renewed, the IB will notify the USPTO that the registration has expired. The USPTO will update its record to expire the corresponding extension of protection to the United States as of the expiration date of the international registration.
TEAS Form Burden Statement
Sun Apr 30 01:03:08 EDT 2017