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Patent Registration

A patent is a right of exclusive use restricting others from making, using, importing, selling, etc. granted to the owner of an invention or a process ranging from goods or services. The process of granting patent involves three tests i.e. inventive (i.e. isn't obvious), novel (hasn't been anticipated in any published document) and industrially applicable (possesses utility). It is being governed by the Patent Act 1970 & Patent Rules 1972.

The validity period of a patent is 20 years. The patent applications are handled by the Patent Office, Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks. The invention can be a process, computer software, drugs, etc. Our IP professionals will help you in filing a patent application.

Advantages of Patent Registration

EXCLUSIVE OWNERS After getting patent, the inventor becomes the exclusive owner for 20 years of the invention against the use of it by any other person without approval.
ASSET A patent, like any other intellectual property, is an asset for the inventor that can be transferred or sold by the inventor.
BRAND VALUE A patented product improves brand perception and potentially enables your business to charge a premium.

Patent Registration Process

Documents required

1. Declaration regarding inventorship

2. Statement & Undertaking

3. Authorization documents

Frequently Asked Questions

A patentee is expected to disclose the invention in the patent document for anyone to practice it after the expiry of the patent or practice it with the consent of the patent holder during the life of the patent.

An invention to get patented has to be novel but if the details of the invention, if it is published then invention, ceases to be novel and hence cannot be patented after that.

Discussing details before filing a patent application may pose a risk making it not novel. So, it is advisable to file a patent application before disclosing to anyone.

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