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How to determine the status of a patent application on Google Patents?

The link in your question is the granted patent. You can see on the box at the right of the Google Patents page that its Publication Type is "Grant," meaning it's a patent and no longer an ...
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Status of US patent Patent number 5,730,925 date Mar. 24, 1998

Speaking of the U.S. patent. The patent was issued, and had its 12th year fees paid in 2009. Using the patent term calculator from the USPTO's site, and ignoring any potential patent term extensions (...
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Status of "Allowed" Application After Being Revived

This is definitely a corner case and I can’t provide a definitive answer. However, if and when it is revived, it could be granted very quickly and then it would be too late. You might talk to the ...
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I have application number and attorney docket number, but I could not find application status on the USPTO website

It will be visible now in Private PAIR to the attorney who filed it, but not visible to the public in Public PAIR until it is published at the 18 month point unless early publication was requested. Or ...
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Is US RE43748 still alive?

First off, if you are being threatened with a legal action, you really need to consult with a lawyer. That said, I looked up RE43748 on the US Public Pair site. Select "Patent" and enter RE43748. It ...
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Claim Status Identifiers

No need to change status identifiers if any of the independent or dependent claims is unchanged. Status identifiers are needed to be changed in case of amendments (strikethrough of text, insertion of ...
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Current status of US06/078,118

US application 06/078,118, was granted as US4378187A on 01-26-1983. Since this is before 1995, the term of the patent would be 17 years from the grant date which results in an expiration date of 01-26-...
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Is entity status determined per patent family?

i. Yes. Only the assigned application assigned to ineligible entity forfeits eligibility for discount. ii. If pro se inventor's (micro entity) income is affected by the assignment transaction in a ...
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Public Pair application STATUS DATE

If you look it up in Public PAIR and click on the Image File Wrapper tab, you will see - 03-27-2018 N/AP Notice of Appeal Filed Rather than responding with a RCE/response/amendment to the ...
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Is this patent still valid and in force? 1

Still valid, 20th year renewal paid on 26 July 2017. Please see https://www.ipo.gov.uk/p-ipsum/Case/PublicationNumber/GB2340070.
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Patent valid or expired?

That patent was issued in 1979 and expired 17 years later. The rules changed in 1995 and now patents expire 20 years from their priority date which is usually the filing date.
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Undiscontinued entity status enter in filed patent what does it mean?

I presume you mean "undiscounted". This means that there are no fee discounts for being a small or micro entity.
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Partner filed an application for a patent trying to track it down

What's the history of your application? Based on your description, here is one possible/likely progression we can piece together: 6/21/2013: filed an US provisional patent application late 2013: ...
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