Any form that lists informalities and any additional formal requirements which the examiner desires to make should be included in the first action.
When any formal requirement is made in an examiner’s action, that action should, in all cases where it indicates allowable subject matter, call attention to 37 CFR 1.111(b) and state that a complete reply must either comply with all formal requirements or specifically traverse each requirement not complied with.
¶ 7.43.03 Allowable Subject Matter, Formal Requirements Outstanding
As allowable subject matter has been indicated, applicant’s reply must either comply with all formal requirements or specifically traverse each requirement not complied with. See 37 CFR 1.111(b) and MPEP § 707.07(a).
This form paragraph would be appropriate when changes (for example, drawing corrections or corrections to the specification) must be made prior to allowance.