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Intellectual property refers to the creations based on one’s intellect for which dominance is assigned to chosen owners by law. These creations could be in the form of works, designs, images, and symbols etc. Some of the popular types of intellectual property protection options are copyrights, trademarks etc. Another widely chosen option is a patent.
A patent is defined as a set of exclusive rights granted by the government or an authority to the work creator or owner for a limited period of time in exchange for the proofs related to the invention. In India, patent registration is a necessary step to obtain an intellectual property right against a creative work done by an individual or business. The Intellectual Property department under the Government of India is authorized to provide all legal rights to safeguard your invention.
The foremost objective behind patent registration is to seek more preference over other party for one’s specific invention. The patent is governed by the Patent Act 1970 & Patent Rules 1972. These rights are granted for a specific period of time. In general, the invention comes under public domain after a period of 20 years.
Our patent-specific experts are backed by tremendous expertise and knowledge and provide all necessary support to individuals and businesses seeking to get their work patented.
There are certain aspects that define the eligibility criteria of an applicant:
There are three kinds of patents:
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Why Patent Registration
What things can be patented?
Any invention related to manufacturing, the machine, and process, computer software which is new and original.
For how long, a patent remains valid?
A patent remains valid for 20 years from the date of filing.
What are the criteria to seek patent for an invention?
There are three criteria – Novelty, Inventiveness, and Utility.
What is a patent?
A patent refers to a legal permission by the government for a specific period of time.
What is PCT?
PCT is actually an international patent law treaty that facilitates an easy and cost-effective procedure for applicants seeking patent registration in various countries.
What are the types of patent application?
There are 5 types of patent applications. They are: