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In India, a Patent is referred to as high profile activity only granted when any new invention is found and applied or to any novels that contain an inventive move capable of industrial application. Nevertheless, we have always considered that patents are for researchers and scientists. That is not always true. All innovative spirits and creative outcomes can obtain for a patent. A Patent granted by the government for an invention and granted to the applicant who invented it, making him the owner of a patent. It provides him the territorial rights for a limited time to stop others from making, using, or importing his invention without permission. And the ownership rights are only exchanged within the owner's territory. Further, in return, the applicant holding this right discloses all the details of his invention adequately to enable a person skilled in that prior art to create the invention.

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Benefits of Patent Registration

Promoting Innovation:
Patents hold innovation benefits with the provision of limited monopolies, rewarding inventors for the effort & time by creating new and improved products, and services that meet the social requirements and necessities. Patents also provide researchers to protect their intellectual property by protecting their innovations which are an essential component of innovation procedure and further plans for capitalizations. Opportunities for fiscal returns add incentives for the rewards for scientific innovations and technologies. Such as academic recognition and promotion driving in research institutions are patent enabled. These incentives motivate private investors to invest in research technologies. Helping in the further success of the development and exploitation of new technologies.

Use of Resources and Knowledge Sharing:  
A patent also promotes knowledge sharing & resources by using the details of the patented invention, that is to be placed in the public domain in return for the right to exploit the innovation. The declaration of the patent application is to support the idea that scientific and technical researches benefit the growth of society more than doing confidentiality and secrecy policy. Sharing knowledge helps patent owners in reducing the duplication of research work. Also, it secures the efforts of inventors so as they can be encouraged to find ways to improve.

Investment and Economic Growth:  
A patent registration helps the organization to grow, utilizing capitalizing on the market strength of its inventions. Small companies can use patents to attract financial backing. Moreover, patents play a crucial role in the economic growth of the national industry. Local companies that hold patents may attract foreign investments and develop products for exporting. Profits gained by patent exploitation can be a subject of later investments in research and development projects, enhancing commercial and industrial profit and growth. However, the patent also has adverse economic effects. License fees may exceed the cost of products and services that enforce the patented invention rights. Fees before a patent application are granted to maintain patent rights once permitted. Patent rights can be difficult and expensive for small and medium-sized enterprises. The claims of infringements are required to be pursued by the courts.

Authorizes Complete Freedom of Reforms:
The granted patent authorizes the inventors to do anything with their ideas for a certain period(220 years in India) Within this period no one can use, modify or sell the original invention without the owner's consent. The inventor owns all the rights to sue the unauthorized user for using his patented ideas. As such usage leads to patent infringement, which is a criminal offense.


 

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FAQ

Q. What are various types of patent applications?

A. Patent application are divided into one or more types depending upon the patent applications. And as per Indian Patent Office, a patent applicant can type multiple types of patent applications. The documentary requirements and legal formalities for each patent application type are different, hence it is important to identify the exact type of patent application before filing for the process. Few things must be considered while filing for a patent. For starting, the type of application you are filling. In India, there are the following types of applications available:

(a) Ordinary Application:

(b) A convention Application

(c) PCT Application

(d) Divisional Application

(e) Additional Application

Q. Who can file a patent in India?

A. The patent law in India defines many categories for patent applicants. The documentary requirements and the official filing fee varies Depending on the category and type of the patent applicant. In short, a patent in India can be filed by:

- By A natural person(s) and/or a startup venture. 

- By A small entity alone or with a natural person(s) and/or a startup jointly. 

- By Others alone or with a natural person(s) and/or a startup and/or small entity.

Q. What are the requirements to file a patent in India?

A. A patent application does follow by four basic attachments filed under Form-2:

(a) Provisional/Complete specification (Section 9 of Patents Act, 1970

(b) No. of Claim(s)

(c) Abstract

(d) No. of Drawing(s)