Patent Registration

Patent registration is governed by the Patent Act, 1970 which helps to protect the invention of any inventor which may relate to machine, computer, software, technical application, chemicals or drugs. Any person who wants to protect his inventions shall apply for patent registration.

Concerned Authority

The concerned authority for Patent registration is Office of the Controller General of Patent , Designs and Trademark.

Eligibility to be a Patentable subject matter

  • It should be an invention as per The Patent Act,1970.
  • It should not falls under Section 3 of the Act which speaks about what are not inventions.
  • The invention should not be related to any atomic energy.
  • It should be capable of Industrial application.

Documents Required for Patent Registration

1. Details of the Business
2. Details of the Inventor/Entity.
3. Report on the Inventions with each intrinsic details.

Patent Registration Process

1. Conduct Patent Search
2. Preparation for application.
3. Submission of the application.
4. After submission final acknowledgement will be generated.

 

Advantages of Patent Registration

1. Get royalty if your invention is registered.
2. Protect your Invention for 20 years.
3. Protection of Right over invention and in case of infringement the owner can sue the other party and ask for the compensation.

 

 

 

FAQ

What is Patent?

A patent is an exclusive right to an inventor which prevents others from using the invented product or process.

What inventions are eligible to be patented?

Patent can be granted for inventions in the field of technology and the inventions of product or process are also eligible to be patented.

Why it is necessary to obtain Patent registration?

Patent registration restrict the others to use the invention commercially and without the permission of the patent owner it cannot be distributed or sold by others.

What is the validity of the Patent registration?

 

The validity of patent is for 20 years from the date of filing of an application.

Are there any compliances to be done after Patent registration?

No, Patent registration is just a protection of the invention no further disclosure of information or any of returns are required to be filed.

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