MPEP Q & A 7: Type of Descriptions of the Interest Conveyed or the Transaction to Be Recorded

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Question:

List two examples of the type of descriptions of the interest conveyed or transaction to be recorded that can be identified.

Answer:

Examples of the type of descriptions of the interest conveyed or transaction to be recorded that can be identified are:

  • assignment;
  • security agreement;
  • merger;
  • change of name;
  • license;
  • foreclosure;
  • lien;
  • contract; and
  • joint research agreement.

Chapter Details:

The answer to this question can be found in chapter 300 of the MPEP. This chapter covers ownership and assignment.

This is from the 9th Edition, Revision 07.2015. Depending on future changes to the MPEP, the question and answer may or may not be applicable in later Editions or revisions.

Section Summary:

This question comes from section 302.07 of the MPEP.  The following is a brief summary of section 302.07.

302.07   Assignment Document Must  Be Accompanied by a Cover Sheet 

This section covers details on how the assignment document must be accompanied by a cover sheet.

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