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INTRODUCTION


A patent is an exclusive statutory right for invention granted, for limited period of time to the patentee by the government in disclosure of full invention. Patents are exclusive right that exclude other from using making, selling, offering for sale or imported the patent product for the aforementioned purpose without the consent of the patentee.

Advantages of Filing Patent


Own invention

Patentee can own invention for given time 20 years which carter the competition and slow down the rivals years to come.

Build sustainable business

Patent registration unable the patentee to structure sustainable business in future. Owning the patent for a successful product or service would significantly increase the valuation of the business.

Prospentiy of Sell

Patentee can completely sell the patent to other company and Exclude all others for using, selling, offering for sale.

World Wide Protection

Your innovation gets world wide protection around the globe moment patent is granted by Patent Board , Government Of India.

Documents Required




  • One or two paragraphs giving in brief the idea for which you want to get the patent
  • Name, Fathers Name, age and address of all the applicants/investors

SIMPLE & TRANSPARENT PRICING


From Rs.34999 /- all inclusive fees
 

BASIC
  • PATENT SEARCH REPORT
  • PROVISIONAL PATENT FILING WITH PATENT BOARD
  • 34999/-
    (INCLUSIVE ALL)

    From Rs.44999 /- all inclusive fees
     

    STANDARD
  • PATENT SEARCH REPORT
  • PROVISIONAL PATENT REGISTRATION WITH COMPLETE SPECIFICATION FILING WITH PATENT BOARD
  • 44999/-
    (INCLUSIVE ALL)

    From Rs.50999 /- all inclusive fees
     

    PREMIUM
  • PATENT SEARCH REPORT
  • PROVISIONAL PATENT REGISTRATION WITH COMPLETE SPECIFICATION FILING
  • EXAMINATION REQUEST FILING WITH PATENT BOARD
  • 50999/
    (INCLUSIVE ALL)

    Registration Process Flow


    1

    Select Package

    Select Package as per your need and our Customer executive will get in touch with you within 5 minutes of making payment , to guide you with required documents and further procedure

    1-2 Hours

    2

    Collecting Requisite Data

    You would need to send in all the details regarding the patent search, including uses of the invention, benefits over existing products or processes and information regarding it.

    3-4 WORKING DAYS

    3

    Drafting and Filing

    After receiving confirmation from patent Search that the product or process is patentable, the application will be skillfully drafted by the legalsalah.com Expert patent Lawyer, ensuring that the patent provides the widest protection to your invention.
    After drafting the said application it shall be submitted with patent board after paying perquisite fees.

    20 WORKING DAYS

    4

    EXMAINATION REPORT

    After 12 to 15 months of filing the initial application, the patent is published in recognized patent journals (this can be reduced to just 10 to 15 days on payment of fast-track fees of Rs. 2600). If all is in order, the examination process will commence. Leglaslah.com shall assist you throughout the process, should you have any queries.

    12-15 MONTHS

    FAQ's on Patent Filing


    • 1. What is basic structure of Patent?
      Patent enables its owners to exclude from making, using and selling its inventions .
    • 2. Term of patent
      The term of patent is for twenty years (20), provided the maintenance fee is paid at the end of every year.
    • 3. Territorial Scope
      Patent laws are territorial; a separate patent must be obtained in each country. Indian patent office protects invention only filed in India.
    • 4. What is patentable?
      Only inventions are patentable. An invention must be new, useful and must involve inventive steps compared to closest prior art. A new and unobvious product process, apparatus or composition of matter will generally be patentable.
    • 5. Patentability searches
      Patentability search is a search for invention in hope of not finding the invention. The patentability search is a universal concept since inventions cannot be boundary constraint. But it is to be noted that the patent laws are territorial.
    • 6. What information is required for conducting search?
      To conduct a search the description, drawings or photographs of the invention, showing how it is made, operated and used would be helpful.
    • 7. What is not patentable invention?
      1. An invention which is frivolous or which claims anything obviously contrary to whole established natural laws.
      2. An invention the primary or intended use or commercial exploitation of which could be contrary to public.
      3. The mere discovery of a scientific principle or the formulation of an abstract theory.
      4. The mere discovery of any new property or new use for known substance or of the mere use of known process, machine or apparatus unless such known process result in a new product or employ one new reactant.
    • 8. What is patent specification?
      A patent specification discloses the details of the invention for which the patent protection is sought. The legal rights in a patent are based on the disclosures made
    • 9. What happens to the application after filing?
      Initially, a patent examiner examines the patent applications and the communicates the objections, if any, to the applicant via first examination report. The applicant has to meet up with the compliance of the patent office within specific time frame, if the applicant fails in doing so the application shall be
    • 10. How does a patent get expire?
      A patent can expire in the following ways:
      1. The patent has lived its full term i.e. the term specified by the patent act of the country. Generally it is 20 years from the date of filing.
      2. The patentee has failed to pay the renewal fee. A patent once granted by the Government has to be maintained by paying annual renewal fee.
      3. The validity of the patent has been successfully challenged by an opponent by filing an opposition either with the patent office or with the courts.

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