Notice of Allowability [Patent] Law and Legal Definition
The term ‘notice of allowability’ when used in the context of patents refers to a notice that is sent to the patent applicant. It notifies the applicant that his/her application has been placed in condition for allowance.
A Notice of Allowability form PTOL-37 is used whenever an application has been placed in condition for allowance. The notice should include any communication and/or interview date which resulted in the allowance.