All you need to know about Patent Registration in India

Introduction to Patent Registration In India, according to the Patent Act of 1970, an application for a patent registration can be filed by the true inventor for the protection of the invention, or an assignee or a legal representative. The person, who first applies for a patent, is entitled to obtain the patent. Unfortunately, an inventor of the invention who […]

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Preliminary Procedures for Patent Registration in India

Short title and commencement (1) These rules could also be called the Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2016. 2) They shall inherit force on the date of their publication within the Official Gazette. Definitions In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,- (a) “Act” means the Indian Patent Act, 1970 (39 of 1970); (b) “Appropriate office” means the acceptable office of the […]

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Patent Documentation – Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Patent Documentation – Introduction For filing a patent application in India, a number of documents are required to be submitted within the time prescribed along with the application for a patent Registration in Form 1 and specification in Form 2. Following are the documents required to be submitted; Declaration as to Inventor-ship Statement and Undertaking The Authorization of a Patent […]

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Divisional Patent Application of Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Divisional Patent Application As per the name indicates Divisional Patent Applications are those applications that have been derived from another patent application. Provisions which deal with the Divisional Patent Application are specified under Section 16 of Indian Patent Act, 1970. Section 16(1) An applicant may, at any time before the grant of a patent registration, if he so desires, or […]

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Provisions for Secrecy of Certain Inventions – Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Secrecy directions relating to inventions relevant for defense purposes (1) Where, in respect of an application made before or after the commencement of this Act for a patent registration in Coimbatore, it appears to the Controller that the invention is one of a class notified to him by the Central Government as relevant for defense purposes, or, where otherwise the […]

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Infringement and Defenses in Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Introduction Infringement is using a patented invention without taking explicit permission from the patentee. Only the patentee has the right of offering for sale or selling his patented invention or using the patented invention for commercial purpose for a time period of 20 years from the date of filing of patent registration application. A person should be aware of the […]

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Working of Patents – Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Section 83: Working of patents Patents are granted to encourage inventions and to secure that the inventions are working in India on a commercial scale and to the fullest extent that is reasonably practicable without undue delay. Patents are not granted merely to enable patentees to enjoy a monopoly for the importation of the patented article. The protection and enforcement […]

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Patentable and Non-Patentable Inventions of Patent Registration in India

Conditions of patentability – Patentable inventions The TRIPS Agreement of the World Trade Organization laid down certain basic common features for granting patents; that are novelty, inventive step and utility. All these requirements: having their origin from The Paris Convention, vary within different countries. Basic conditions of patentable inventions are: 1. Novelty (New): Any invention is considered as new or […]

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