Atlax Pty Ltd

Status: Registered
Australian Company Number: 101802724
Australian Business Number: 43101802724
Registration date: 23rd August 2002
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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Atlax Pty Ltd is a limited by shares Australian proprietary company. Located at NSW 2292 since 2002-09-01 the company is, as the updated on 2002-09-01 ABN database shows, registered. Known company numbers for Atlax Pty Ltd are as follows: ACN - 101802724, Australian Business Number - 43101802724.


Details for ABN 43101802724

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Active 1st September 2002 current

Main Name

Name From To
Atlax Pty Ltd 1st September 2002 current

Main Location

Location From To
NSW 2292 1st September 2002 current


Company Patents

Patent Application Number: 2009204638

General information:

Application date: 12th August 2010
Patent status: Lapsed

Either the application has not been accepted by 21 months after the first examination report (or 12 months after the Raising the Bar Act) or some other deadline in the prosecution process has not been completed in time, for example IP Australia has issued a direction to file a request for examination and the applicant has not done so in the required period (2 months).

Patent type: NPE
Primary IPC mark: A61F 2/38
WIPO Application Number: WO2009/089581
Original WIPO Application Number: WO09/89581
PCT Application Number: PCT/AU2009/000038
Original PCT Application Number: PCT/AU09/00038

International Patent Classification:

IPC Mark: A61F 2/38
Version date of the IPC Classification record: 1st January 2006
Section code: A - human necessities
Class code: 61 - medical or veterinary science; hygiene
Subclass code: F - filters implantable into blood vessels; prostheses; devices providing patency to, or preventing collapsing of, tubular structures of the body, e.g. stents; orthopaedic, nursing or contraceptive devices; fomentation; treatment or protection of eyes or ears; bandages, dressings or absorbent pads; first-aid kits (dental prosthetics a61c)
Main group code: 2 - filters implantable into blood vessels; prostheses, i.e. artificial substitutes or replacements for parts of the body; appliances for connecting them with the body; devices providing patency to, or preventing collapsing of, tubular structures of the body, e.g. stents (as cosmetic articles, see the relevant subclasses, e.g. wigs, hair pieces, a41g0003000000, a41g0005000000, artificial nails a45d0031000000; dental prostheses a61c0013000000; materials for prostheses a61l0027000000; artificial hearts a61m0001100000; artificial kidneys a61m0001140000)
Subgroup code: 38 - for elbows or knees
Mark type: First (ie Primary)
Classification level: Advanced
Classification code: Inventive
IPC Classification assigned/Application publish date: 23rd July 2009
Classification type code: Original
Classification source code: Human

IP Australia process information:

Source code: PAMS
Patent classification type: Standard
Examination request date: 3rd July 2012
Expiry date: 15th January 2029
Earliest priority date: 18th January 2008
WIPO publication date: 23rd July 2009
Effective patent date: 15th January 2009
Patent in force to: 15th January 2013

Early terminations:

Application status: Lapsed
Applied date: 4th January 2013
Reason description: Did Not Ask For An Examination Within The Prescribed Time.
Published date: 21st March 2013

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