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Occupational Health and Safety Management System
ISO 22000 : 2005
Food Safety Management System
ISO 27001:2013
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WAYS TO FILE YOUR TAXES

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What is Permanent Patent?

A patent is a right granted to an individual or enterprise by the government that excludes others from making, using, selling or importing the patented product or process without prior approval. In exchange for this right, the applicant must fully disclose the minutae of the invention. A patent for a product or process that proves successful can give its owner a serious competitive advantage over rivals. It is valid for 20 years, after which it falls into the public domain. A patentable invention can be any art, process, method or manner of manufacture; machine, apparatus or other articles; substances produced by manufacturing; computer software with technical application to industry or used with hardware; and product patent for food, chemicals,medicines and drugs.

Inclusions

Prior Art Search

A patent attorney will do a thorough search the patent database.

Approval Chances

The lawyer will assess inventiveness through comparisons with similar works

Recommendation

The attorney will then inform you whether or not you should make the application.

FAQs on Patent Search

1. What can be patented?
A patentable invention can be any (1) Art, process, method or manner of manufacture, (2) Machine, apparatus or other articles, (3) Substances produced by manufacturing, (4) Computer software with technical application to industry or used with Hardware, and (5) Product patent for food, chemicals, medicines and drugs.
2. When does a patent expire?
20 years from the date of filing for a provisional or permanent patent, the patent falls into the public domain.

3. What information do I need to provide?
The details of the invention on a CD or pen drive, along with its name, comparison with existing products, uses and date of publication (if any). Applicant information is also required.

4. What is expected from the patentee as an obligation?
A patentee must disclose the invension in the patent document for anyone to practice it after the expiry of the patent or practice it with the consent of the patent holder during the life of the patent.
5. Is there a worldwide patent?
It is, therefore, effective only in India. However, filing an application in India enables the applicant to file a corresponding application for same invention in convention countries, within or before expiry of twelve months from the filing date in India. Therefore, separate patents should be obtained in each country where the applicant requires protection of his invention in those countries. There is no patent valid worldwide.

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