Whenever Office records clearly disclose a material mistake in a registration, incurred
through the fault of the Office, the Office will issue a certificate of correction
stating the fact and nature of the mistake, signed by the Director or by an employee
designated by the Director, without charge. Thereafter, the corrected certificate shall have the same effect as if it had been
originally issued in the corrected form. In the discretion of the Director, the Office may issue a new certificate of registration
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