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About Provisional Patent

A provisional patent application (PPA) is a patent application that can be used to secure a filing date while avoiding the costs associated with the filing and prosecution of a non-provisional patent application. If a non-provisional application is filed within one year from the filing date of a PPA, the non-provisional application may claim the benefit of the filing date of the PPA.

A PPA essentially provides a one-year extension as to the filing of a U.S. non-provisional patent application.  In doing so, a PPA provides an applicant with an additional year to experiment, perfect an invention, find financial backers, determine sales potential, find interested parties for licensing, etc. before filing his/her non-provisional application.  Because a PPA is not examined, an applicant can also avoid the costs associated with prosecuting a non-provisional application during this one-year period.

A PPA expires after one year and can neither be extended nor renewed. A PPA will never become a patent.

A PPA cannot be filed for a design. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) does not examine PPAs or conduct a prior art search on them. The USPTO does, however,  review PPAs to make sure they meet minimum filing requirements. PPAs are not published by the USPTO (unless claimed as a priority in a later-issued or published non-provisional application).

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