A provisional application is a summary of the invention and is filed to protect the invention at its early stage. If an applicant has filed the patent application for grant of patent he/she has to file the complete specification within a period of 12 months from the date of filing of the provisional application or else the application will be considered to be abandoned.
The patent law in India defines various categories of patent applicants. Depending upon the category and type of the patent applicant, the documentary requirements and the official filing fee varies. In essence, a patent in India can be filed by a natural person, a startup, small entity, others.
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Patent filing guide describing how to patent an idea or an invention and who can file a patent in India as an applicant and an inventor based of Indian patent laws.
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Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/10/04/the-curious-case-of-patents-to-patent-or-not-to-patent-entrepreneurs-dilemma/ A patent is the grant of a right to an inventor by the patent office that gives the holder the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling the invention in that particular country. The patent law generally allows patents relating to any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or… Continue reading The Dilemma for Entrepreneurs and Startups: To Patent or Not to Patent | The Curious Case of Patents
Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/09/30/guide-to-offshore-outsourcing-to-india-possible-legal-issues-and-law-firm-in-india/ OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING The practice of engaging an external organization for performing in a country where the products or services are not developed or manufactured is termed as “Offshore Outsourcing”. The business is performed by a foreign country in a foreign country. Sending work overseas with higher wages reduces the country’s own domestic… Continue reading LAW FIRM IN INDIA: GUIDE TO OFFSHORE OUTSOURCING TO INDIA, POSSIBLE LEGAL ISSUES
Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/09/17/patent-tutorials-basics-of-patents-types-of-patents-patent-searches-patent-application/ PATENT TUTORIALS Why is a Patent search required? There are many reasons to perform a patent search. The most obvious reason to perform the patent search is to know if the invention can be patented or has been already patented. The other reasons for performing a patent search are listed below: To make… Continue reading PATENT TUTORIALS: Basics of PATENTS: Types of Patents, Patent Searches & Patent Application
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What is a Patent? A patent grant is territorial in nature. The patent is allocated through the government to an inventor and the inventor or the patent applicant is assigned the rights to exclude others for for 20 years from patent priority date from making, using or selling the invention in the country where patent… Continue reading Patent Research Guide For Inventors