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It depends on the Patent Office. The patent applications are published 18 months from the effective date (filing date or earliest priority date). When they are published, the Register of the Patent Office can make the prosecution history public, and some or all communications between the Patent Office and the Applicant are made public. Few Patent Offices do ...


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This answer is for the U.S. In the course of examination the examiner doesn't ask for anything. They just issue rejections if the claims in front of them in combination with the specification, do not satisfy the requirements, by law, to be allowed. What you send them in response to a rejection is your choice. Working models are not required unless you are ...


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I was also unable to find a translation on the cited patent resources. What I did try is to first download the patent from Espacenet. This pdf is an image file so you need to convert it to text. I uploaded the file to Convertio. This created a Word document with actual Greek text, but only for a portion of the patent. Evidently Convertio only does three ...


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