Patent Registration Online in India

Registration protects the rights of the Inventor and excludes others from profiting from your inventions without permission.

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Trademark & IP Services

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7-10 Days

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Application Process
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documents required for Trademark Filling

Individual & Corporates

Individuals
Individuals
msme/personal
msme/personal
1. Identity Proof of Individual
2. Logo & Other Files
3. Partnership Deed ( Partnership )
4. Affidavit by Sigantory
1. Identity Proof of Individual
2. Logo & Other Files
3. Partnership Deed ( Partnership )
4. Affidavit by Sigantory
Corporates
Corporates
Companies
Companies
1. Company Registration Copy
2. Identity Proof of Authorised Sigantory
3. Affidavit by Company
4. Logo & Other Files
1. Company Registration Copy
2. Identity Proof of Authorised Sigantory
3. Affidavit by Company
4. Logo & Other Files
Frequently Asked Question
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What is a patent?

patent is an exclusive right of use that is conferred by the Government on an inventor. A patent does not grant you an indefinite right, the right is granted for a limited period of time. Getting a patent prevents unauthorized persons from using the patent. It allows the inventor to capitalize on the patent by endowing the inventor with the right to exclusive use of the patent.

What is the use of a patent?

patent protects the invention. It protects it from being infringed upon by a third person. Moreover, getting a patent essentially means that the inventor has the exclusive right to use the invention. This, in effect means that the inventor can gain revenue from the use of the invention. A patent also enable the inventor to exclusively modify and better the invention.

What can be patented in India?

In order to qualify as patentable an invention must be: • Novel • Inventive (Non-obvious) • Have industrial Application.

What is meant by inventive step?

According to the Patents Act 1970, inventive step means a feature of an invention that involves technical advance as compared to the existing knowledge or having economic significance or both and that makes the invention not obvious to the person skilled in the art. Therefore, the invention should add to the existing body of technology.

What is meant by industrial applicability?

  • Industrial applicability means that the invention must be practically feasible. The invention should be capable of being made or used in any kind of industry.

What inventions cannot be patented?

  • Inventions that fall under S 3 and 4 of the Patents Act cannot be patented. These include inventions relating to atomic energy, inventions against public morality and decency, agricultural and horticultural methods, medical and surgical processes etc. Section 3 of the Indian Patents Act specifically lists out 16 exclusions to patenting.

What is patent of addition?

An applicant can file an additional patent application in India for an improvement or modification of the main patent or main patent application [also referred ‘parent patent’]. The applicant for the patent of addition should be same as that of main patent application.

What is a divisional application?

A divisional application is when a patent Application discloses more than one invention the application will have to be divided depending on the number of inventions it discloses.

What is the fee schedule for filing a patent?

Filing a patent is an expensive procedure but worth it if you patent is commercially viable

What is the distinction between a provisional and a complete specification?

  • complete specification is one that is given when the invention is complete. On the other hand, a provisional application is submitted when the invention is at a stage where it can be disclosed on paper but has not yet reached the final stage i.e. it is not complete. After filing a provisional specification the complete specification must be filed within 12 months of filing the provisional specification.

What is the term of a patent?

A patent protection is granted for a period of 20 years from the date of filing the application for the patent. After the expiry of twenty years, the patent falls into public domain.

What are the exclusive rights conferred on the patentee?

The Indian Patents Act confers exclusive rights on the patentee for making, importing, using, offering for sale or selling the subject-matter of the patent.