Permanent Patent

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The Patent Act grants a person, whether they are natural or artificial, the right to a patent, which prohibits others from using, selling, or importing the patented product or procedure without the inventor’s consent.
When a patent is registered in accordance with the Patent Act of 1970, which gives the inventor the sole legal authority to forbid others from utilising a certain innovation, the patent is made permanent. After 20 years, the invention loses its title to protection and becomes public domain, open to use by anybody. According to the legal authority granted to the patent holder, he/she/it may initiate a lawsuit against anyone found to be infringing, misrepresenting, or abusing the claimed patent.

Advantages of Patent Registration

Provides exclusive right even at early filing

When an application, such as a provisional patent application, is submitted by the inventor, it provides assurance that no other person will be granted the exclusive right to assert the same invention within a 12-month period.

Therefore, if someone else submits a comparable application, it will be rejected for the filing period and would not be admissible.


Authorizes complete freedom of reforms

The inventor is guaranteed unrestricted freedom to use their own inventions throughout the entirety of the 20-year patent's validity period in India. No one else is allowed to use, sell, or modify the invention during the stated without the owner's consent, and the creator has the right to launch a lawsuit against the illegal user for infringing on their intellectual property.

Generating ROI (Return on Investment)

The Patent may also be delegated. The proprietor of the innovation has the option to give it to any successful or deserving individual if he considers that it is not producing the desired effects. The invention can be commercialised thanks to the patent rights, which increases return on investment.

Giving a good market status

The patent Act allows the inventor to create a public impression and improving his/her portfolio by bringing the invention in the public domain. Further it also helps in building the reputation in the market along with the good customers relationship which helps in earning profits.

Allows public disclosure

Making an invention available to the public will show that the inventor has a strong understanding of the innovation and is an expert in the technical field, in addition to expanding the inventor's portfolio and the company's resources, business partners, and market value. It will also benefit the innovator, luring top financiers, business associates, and clients.



Documents Required For Provisional Patent

the invention’s name;

Certificate of Incorporation, MSME Registration, or Startup Registration (other than individual)

technical elements of the invention and copies of the drawings, should a tentative specification be submitted;

In India, what is not patentable?

Anything that is merely a discovery and has no original ideas

Anything that is pointless, obvious, illegal, harmful to the public’s health, or relates to atomic energy

Anything that is merely a rearrangement or replication of existing technology or that serves no useful purpose

a horticultural or agricultural technique