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A Thorough Patent Search Is Performed To Make Sure That Your Idea Or Product Is Inventive, Novel And Industrial Applicable. The Patent Search Is Done To Check Whether There Exists An Invention Similar Or Same As To The Applicant’s Invention.
Our attorney will draft a patent application and confirms that the patent provides the widest protection to your invention. After that, the application is filed with the Registrar. The patent application reviewed by the Patent Office of the Indian Government.
Once the patent application is filed with the Registrar, the Government process will start. Once the patent is granted, the application status is updated at the Patent site. It may take 6 months to 1.5 years. We update you regularly about the your application status.
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IPFlair has the Registered Indian Patent Agents, authorized by the Government of India, We can file a Patent Applications as per the Indian Patents Act and file the same in the Designated Patent Offices across India. Just to mention few Patent Agent Details: Mr. Dinkar Agrawal (Patent Agent Number: IN/PA 2502) & Mr. Vidya Bhaskar Singh Nandiyal (Patent Agent Number: IN/PA 2912).
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Frequently Asked Questions
In order to be a patentable subject matter, the new invention is required to meet the following patentability criteria: It should be novel. It should have inventive step or it must be non-obvious It should be capable of Industrial application. It should not fall within the provisions of sections 3 and 4 of the Patents Act 1970.
A patent application can be filed either by true and first inventor or his assignee, either alone or jointly with any other person. The legal representative of any deceased person, who immediately before his death was entitled to file an application for patent, can also apply for the same with the Patent Office. The application for patent can also be made by virtue of an assignment of the right to apply for a patent for the invention.
Filing of an application for a patent should be completed at the earliest possible date and should not be delayed. Delay in filing an application may entail following risks: Other inventors might forestall the first inventor by applying for a patent for the said invention There may be an inadvertent publication of the invention by the inventor himself/herself or by others independently of him/her. Therefore it is imperative that the application is filed before it is made public and used publicly. If an applicant is negotiating with a company, it is advisable that Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) be executed so that the invention is kept confidential and its novelty is not destroyed.
The term of every patent granted under the Patents Act is 20 years from the date of filing of the application for Patent.
Patents like other Intellectual Property Rights are territorial in nature and therefore are effective only within the territory of India. However, filing an application in India enables the applicant to file a corresponding application for same invention in convention countries, within or before expiry of twelve months from the filing date in India. Separate patents should be obtained in each country where the applicant requires protection of his invention in those countries. There is no patent valid worldwide.
The details of the invention on a CD or pen drive, along with its name, comparison with existing products, uses and date of publication (if any). Applicant information is also required.