Patent Registration

Patent can be registered in India according to the Indian Patent Law. A patent can be registered by documenting a patent application with the Indian Patent Office. The patent application can be a common application, National phase application under PCT or a regular application. Generally, an ordinary application is filed with the Indian Patent office to get a patent. A common application does not guarantee a need for some other application. Further, after documenting of a patent application, the patent application is analysed by an examiner of the patent office. After examination of the application, an FER or first examination report is issued by the inspector (examiner) containing a list of complaints, to which a candidate or his approved operator needs to file a reaction. If necessary, the inspector can call a candidate or his specialist for a hearing. Once the analyst is happy with the response documented by a candidate, he may put the application in order for grant.

Benefits of Patent Registration:

Patent grants exclusive right to commercially exploit the rights over an Invention.An inventor can assign his rights in favour of another person against consideration.
Having patent on invention make chances of getting designated as start-up high.Exclude all others from using, selling, offering for sale your invention in your country.
Having patents help you in raising finance as investor values it.

Documentation for Patent Registration:- (All copies of documents should be self attested by the customer)

Authorisation to a patent attorney to file for a patent in India
Fill the patent questionnaire, where information is collected for making the application
Drafting of specification in great detail so that any other person of same skill can perform it
Declaration of Inventorship to be signed by the Inventor
In case of International application, the prior art documents

Process of Patent Registration:

Write down your invention (idea or concept) in maximum detail possible
Use drawings, diagrams, sketches to explain how Invention works
Check if the invention is patentable or not in terms of the Patent Act
File the patent application with the specification, drawings, and Claims to government
Patent office to examine the application and if found in order will advertise it for grant of the patent.