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Patent Registration

For Your Invention

Introduction

A patent is a form of intellectual property right (IPR) which gives its owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, and importing & exporting his/her invention/work. Basically a patent is a grant of protection for an invention by the applicant.


There are three kinds of patents: (i) Design Patents (ii) Utility Patents (iii) Technology Patents.


For granting the patent the invention must be a “new and useful” in terms of process, machine, manufacture or product.

How to apply for Patent registration?

Application for patent needs to be filed to Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks, along with the supporting documents.

Important Information - Patent

Patentability Criteria

To meet the patent criteria you need to be precise with these steps:-

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Mandatory Documents

To register your product or service for patent registration you need to collect some documents which are given below:-

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Estimated Costing and Time frame

The estimate and time consumption of completing the process depends upon the condition and situation.

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Validity and Renewal

The patent certificate is valid for 20 years from the date of application filing

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Registration Process

Process of Patent Registration is described in following steps:

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What is not an Invention ( Not Patentable )

Under the Indian Patent Act, 19070, the following are not inventions within the meaning of the Act:

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