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PATENT REGISTRATION

Before discussing Patent Registration, let me tell you about Patent. What is Patent?
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Patent Registration

The System of Patenting in India is governed by the Patents Act 1970 & the Patents Rules 1972. A patent is an intellectual property right to protect inventions, granted by a country’s government as a territorial right for a limited period. Patent rights make it illegal for anyone except the owner or someone with the owner’s permission to make, use, import or sell the invention in the country where the patent was granted.

Patent Registration helps you to get a patent of an intellectual property right to an invention carried out by an individual and firm. The Patent is approved or granted by the India patent office which allows the patent owner to uphold a control or monopoly for a limited period of time for the use and development of his or her creation.

There are some benefits of Patent like;

→ It protects an invention.

→ Sell and Transfer patent right.

→ It is valid for 20 years.

→ Build Business.

→ Royalties.

→ Monopoly.

There are some reasons behind the registration of Patents like;

→  Get Loyalty by Licensing Your Patents.

→  Protection for a period of 20 years in India.

→  You can then utilize your invention yourself.

→  Stop others from using your invention without your permission.

There are some criteria for filing a Patent like;

→ Novelty

→ Inventive Step/Non-Obvious

→ Industrial Applicability

There are some steps comes under the procedure of Patent Registration like;

→ Patent Search

→ Patent Domicile

→ File Patent Applicant

→ Patent Review

→ Patent Grant

This right eliminates others from creating, processing, producing, using, marketing/selling and importing the products or process in India without patent owner’s consent. The patent registration is granted in India that’s why it is granted in India only. It continues for 20 years from the date of filing the provisional or permanent patent. After that, it would come under the public domain.

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