2007.2 (A) Form GATT
To register a restored work, an applicant must file a paper application using Form GATT. Applicants cannot use the Office’s electronic registration system to register restored works. Form GATT is designed to request information needed to determine whether a work qualifies as a restored work and complies with U.S. legal requirements.
While many parts of Form GATT are similar to the Office’s other applications, Form GATT requires information that may be different than the information required by other forms because of the differences in how the Copyright Act treats restored works. These issues are discussed in Sections 2007.2 (A) (1) through 2007.2 (A) (4).