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Petition To Revive Abandoned Application - Failure To File Timely Statement Of Use Or Extension Request

TEAS - Version 5.10: 07/15/2017

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) "abandons" a trademark application after a Notice of Allowance is issued when a timely Statement of Use (SOU) or Request for Extension of Time to file a Statement of Use (Extension Request) is not received. You can file a petition to "revive" an abandoned application if your delay in filing an SOU or Extension Request was unintentional.

You must file the petition no later than two (2) months from the mailing date of the Notice of Abandonment. If you never received the Notice of Abandonment, you must file the petition within two (2) months of your actual knowledge of the abandonment and no later than six (6) months from the date the application status was updated to "Abandoned – No Statement of Use Filed."

If this Petition to Revive Abandoned Application form is not available for your serial number, you can submit the Petition to the Petition to the Director under Trademark Rule 2.146 form.



NOTE: You must complete any field preceded by the symbol "*".

WARNING: 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.


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NOTE: You can file a Statement of Use (SOU) directly with this form if it covers ALL of the Section 1(b), intent to use, goods/services/collective membership organization in the application. Otherwise, complete the petition form with an extension of time for filing a statement of use. Then, wait until the extension request is granted and separately file a Statement of Use with the Request to Divide option included in the SOU form.


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