To socrateaser only: Hi! Here are the two main paragraphs. Any suggestions or related regulation numbers to make it more official? No rush
Regarding SR# XXXXX I am requesting consideration by the Register of Copyrights
, Ms. Maria Pallante, to cancel the claim in the application state. Mr. John Ashley has previously registered the Copyright Office extensively changed version of my claim, which I never approved of, as the second basic registration for the same work, meaning there are two different versions of the same work with the same registration number VAu 1-106-392. Now Mr. John Ashley has placed SR# XXXXX which relates to VAu 1-106-392, back into the application state, requesting I re-apply via form VA and not via my eCO account as I am used to. I do not believe this action to place a registered work back into application state and to request that I re-apply via VA form, is appropriate and it is possibly not allowed by Copyright Office regulation/law, but, at any rate, the claimant is allowed to cancel the claim in the application state, and as the claim is now in the application state, thus I am therefore requesting the cancellation of SR# XXXXX
Regarding SR# XXXXX I am requesting consideration by the Register of Copyrights, Ms. Maria Pallante, to please allow the Copyright Office extensively changed version of my claim, VAu 1-116-796, which I never approved of, copy attached, to be the version in public record. This request for consideration includes using the Recordation Document plus my attached Certificate of Correction information in order to correct the Copyright Office extensively changed version of my claim. I would need some time to study the related rules and laws here but I would be willing to do that. This is in order to prevent the Copyright Office from making two basic registrations for the same work and this would prevent the potential Copyright Office liability of this problem as well as the related legal problems and legal and court costs and other fees which could potentially be caused from having two basic registrations for the same work. However, if the aforementioned is not allowed by Copyright Office regulations, please allow my second request, which is for the state of my claim to be removed from the application state in which Mr. Ashley has placed it into and that VAu 1-116-796 simply be left as the state of the claim. Thus the Copyright Office extensively changed version of my claim, VAu 1-116-796, would be active and in the Copyright Office public catalog and left as is and I will eventually make time to fill out a CA form to make corrections. This will also prevent the Copyright Office from making two basic registrations for the same work. However, after all my hardship with this claim and months of work spent, the first option would be the humane choice. It is best to reserve the form CA for -my- errors that I perceive in the future, please.