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Patent Registration

A patent can be registered in India as per the Indian Patent Law. A patent can be registered by filing a patent application with the Indian Patent office. The patent application can be ordinary application, National phase application under PCT or a conventional application. Generally an ordinary application is filed with the Indian Patent office to obtain a patent. An ordinary application does not claim a priority from any other application.

Further, after filing of a patent application, the patent application is examined by an examiner of the patent office. After examination of the application, a FER or first examination report is issued by the examiner containing a list of objections, to which an applicant or his authorized agent has to file a response. If needed, the examiner can call an applicant or his agent for a hearing. Once the examiner is satisfied with the response filed by an applicant, he may put the application in order for grant.

Glister Group Of Company provides all patent registration services, including Patent searching, drafting of the patent specification, filing of the patent application with the Indian Patent office, prosecution of the application which includes preparing and filing responses to the examination reports, complying procedural formalities, appearing before an examiner or attending hearings and filing of the renewal of the patent when granted. We follow up the cases with the Indian Patent office till the grant of a patent and pay special attention to every case. Meeting deadlines and following timelines is an important factor to keep a case alive under Indian Patent practice. Being aware of this fact, we keep a record of the deadlines of the cases and do the needful on behalf of the client, thus providing quick service to the clients.

Key Features of Patent
  1. A patent is granted for an invention
  2. A patent is granted for a period of 20 years
  3. Both product and process can be patented
  4. A patent is granted on the functionality of an invention
  5. Patent can be assigned and licensed to a third party by a patentee
  6. Steps Involved in Patent Registration
  7. Finding whether the invention is patentable subject matter
  8. Drafting of application for patent filing which includes work or invention to be explained with drawings, diagrams or sketches
  9. Publication of the application
  10. Request for examination
  11. Clearance of all objections
  12. Steps Involved in Patent Registration
  13. Declaration as to inventorship
  14. Statement and undertaking
  15. Proof of right to file an application
  16. Authorization of an agent
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