Patent Registrations

Overview

A patent refers to that exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor for manufacturing, using, or selling an invention for a certain number of years. It is done to exclude others from making, using or selling inventor’s invention India during the life of the patent. Patent protection is available for any product, process or design provided it meet certain requirements. Adding to this, patenting your inventions brings a positive image for your organization. For patent registration cost, just mail us your query, we assure you, that we will solve it properly.

Patent Application is a request at the patent office for the grant of a patent for the invention described and claimed by that application. An application consists of patent specification (description of the invention), along with official forms and correspondence relating to the application. It could also refer to the process of applying for a patent.

Patent Application is a request at the patent office for the grant of a patent for the invention described and claimed by that application. An application consists of patent specification (description of the invention), along with official forms and correspondence relating to the application. It could also refer to the process of applying for a patent.

Facts about Patent Registration in India


  • According to the Indian Patent Law, the invention must be new in order to be patentable.
  • Prior use of invention before filing an application for patent can also destroy originality/novelty
  • An invention can only be patentable if it is useful
  • An invention can only be patented when it fulfills the criteria for patentability as per the law in India


Documents required for Patent Registration Process

  • Application form (Patent registration form)
  • Provisional specification
  • Drawing (if necessary)
  • Abstract of the invention
  • Information regarding listing the number, current status and filing date and undertaking for the same
  • Priority document
  • Inventor ship Declaration (where provisional specification should be followed by complete specification)
  • Power of attorney
  • Fee in cash/cheque/DD


Procedure for Patent registration in India

  • Get to know about the patentable inventions in Delhi, India
  • After checking the patentable inventions patent application needs to be filed with Indian Patent Office
  • Filing patent specification (Provisional or Complete Specification)
  • Publication and Examination of the patent application
  • Once the patent application is granted, it is valid for 20 years


FAQs :


1. What is a patent?

A patent is an exclusive statutory right for an invention granted for a limited period of time to the patentee by the government, in exchange of full disclosure of his invention.


2. What is patent registration?

Patent registration helps you to get a patent of an intellectual property right to get a patent of an intellectual property right to an invention carried out by an individual or firm.


3. What rights does a patent provide?

A patent owner has the rights to decide who may or may not use the patented invention for the period in which the invention is protected.


4. Who grants patents?

A patent is generated by a national patent office or by a regional office that carries out the task for a number of countries.


5. What can be patented?

It can be any invention related to work, manufacturing, the machine, process, computer software or any other which was never introduced to the public before.


6. What is the validity of a patent?

It can be any invention related to work, manufacturing, the machine, process, computer software or any other which was never introduced to the public before.


7. What is the fee for filing a patent?

Filing a patent is an expensive procedure but worth it if your patent is commercially available.


8. After registration is there a procedure to mantain patent?

After a patent is granted patent annuity fee must be paid every year after the third year in order to keep the patent in force. From the third year onwards a patent annuity fee needs to be paid before the end of succeeding year.