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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Amendment of Patent Application in Patent Registration in India

Amendment of Patent Applications and Specifications The relevant sections and rules on amendment of applications and specifications under the Indian Patent Act are listed below: Section 57: Amendment of application and specification or any document relating thereto before Controller Subject to the provisions of Section 59, the Controller may, upon application made under this section in the prescribed manner by […]

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Inventor can earn profit from invention – Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Inventor can find a licensee to license his invention Finding a large company to license their invention is a common route chosen by inventor. It is very difficult to find a company interested in licensing an invention. Those with the highest chance of success will be those who are recognized experts their field, and/or those who have a pre-existing relationship […]

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Compulsory licensing of Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Section 92: Compulsory license on notification by Central Government If the Central Government is satisfied, in respect of any patent in force in circumstances of national emergency or in circumstances of extreme urgency or in case of public non-commercial use, that it is necessary that compulsory licenses should be granted at any time after the sealing thereof to work the […]

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Pre-grant and Post-grant Opposition of Patent Registration in Coimbatore

Patent Opposition A patent is a right granted by the government to an inventor to exclusively make, sell his invention or product or process. Consequently, it becomes essential that the patent is granted solely to those innovations which confirm the exclusive right and abide by the patentability criteria. Proceedings of opposition are framed in order to prevent unlawful grant of […]

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