The address to which the Office will send all correspondence relating to a particular design application. This must be an address in the UK, and will usually be the address of your agent (if you have one).
a requirement for all applications for the grant of a Patent, the registration of a trade mark or industrial design and in certain other procedures before the Office
The address to which the Trade Marks Registry will send all correspondence relating to a particular trade mark application. This must be an address in the UK, and will usually be the address of an agent or attorney, if one has been appointed.
The address in Australia where IP Australia will send all your correspondence. This may be a post office box. You must nominate an address in Australia for correspondence, even if your own address is not in Australia . You should notify IP Australia if this address changes.
Each applicant's mailing or post office address is required to be supplied on the oath or declaration, if not stated in an application data sheet. Applicant's mailing address means that address at which he or she customarily receives his or her mail. Either applicant's home or business address is acceptable as the mailing address. The mailing address should include the ZIP Code designation.