What is Patent?

A patent is a form of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of years in exchange for publishing an enabling public disclosure of the invention.

An invention relating to a product or a process that is new, involving inventive step and capable of industrial application can be patented in India. However, it must not fall into the category of inventions that are non-patentable as provided under sections 3 and 4 of the (Indian) Patents Act, 1970. In India, a patent application can be filed, either alone or jointly, by true and first inventor or his assignee.

Benefits of Patent Registration

Exclusive Access to All Rights

As soon as the applicant files the provisional Patent Application, he will get the security and surety that no one else could claim the same invention, exclusively within 12 months.

Complete Freedom of Reforms

In India, The granted patent entitles the inventors to do anything with their ideas for the valid duration, which is 20 years. Within this period, no one can use, sell, or modify the original invention without the owner’s consent.

Return on Investment (ROI)

The patent rights allow him to commercialize the invention while earning a good amount of returns on his investments.

Market Status Recognition

The patent law permits the inventor to obtain a remarkable public impression and improve his portfolio by disclosing the invention in the public domain.

Allows public disclosure

Patent rights enable the inventor to go for public disclosure, Sharing information publicly regarding the invention will demonstrate the good command and specialization of the inventor over the technical subject-matter.



Documents required for Patent Registration

There are some set of documents that need to be signed, scanned and sent to us.

  • Application for Grant of Patent
  • Provisional / Complete Specification
  • Statement and Undertaking under Section 8
  • Inventorship declaration
  • Power of attorney
  • Request for examination
  • Statutory fees
  • Request for publication.

Patent registration process OR Patent filing procedure


  • Check the invention is patentable or not.
  • Search for Patentability
  • decision making on further step.
  • Drafting patent application
  • Publication of application
  • Patent Examination
  • If there are any objections then clear all the objections
  • Getting Patent

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