13 CFR 121.805 - May a business concern self-certify its size status?

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§ 121.805 May a business concern self-certify its size status?
(a) A concern verifies its size status with its submission of its patent application.
(b) Any attempt to establish small size status improperly (fraudulently, through gross negligence, or otherwise) may result in remedial action by the Patent and Trademark Office.
(c) In the absence of credible information indicating otherwise, the Patent and Trademark Office may accept the verification by the concern as a small business as true.
(d) Questions concerning the size verification are resolved initially by the Patent and Trademark Office. If not verified as small, the applicant may request a formal SBA size determination.

Title 13 published on 2014-01-01

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