The Patent Act, 1970 governs the Patent system in India. Patent Registration in India grants absolute rights to an inventor or an assignee for a duration of 14 years. After this, the patent goes to the public domain. A Patent is a territorial right and excludes third parties from infringement, so it can be termed as a negative right. Inventions prescribed under Sec. 3 and 4 of Patents Act, 1970 are non-patentable. While the filing of the patent, remember not to disclose your invention before people. At the time of registration, some list of documents for Patent Registration.

Documents for Patent Registration 

  • (Form 1)Application form in duplicate  – it includes information relating to the name and address of the inventor, name, and address of the applicant and other declarations.
  • (Form 2)– The provisional or complete specification in duplicate. If you are filing the provisional specification, provide the complete specification within 12 months.
  • Drawing in duplicate (if any).  The drawing sheets attached should also contain the signature of an applicant or his agent in the right-hand bottom corner.
  • Abstract of the invention.
  • Claims (if any).
  • Information & undertaking listing the number, filing date & current status of each foreign patent application in duplicate (Form 3).
  • Priority document (on claiming priority date) in convention application, on the direction of the Controller.
  • Declaration of inventorship where the provisional specification is followed by the complete specification or in the case of convention/PCT national phase application (Form 5).
  • Power of attorney (if filed through Patent Agent).
  • Fees (paid by cash/by cheque/by demand draft).
  • All patent applications must bear the signature of the applicant or authorised person or Patent Attorney along with name and date.

Priority documents are necessary in the following cases.

  • Convention Application (under Paris Convention).
  • PCT National Phase Application wherein requirements of Rule 17.1  (a or b) has not been fulfilled.

Note:  To enable early publication of the application, it is mandatory to file the Priority document along with the application or before the expiry of 18 months from the date of priority.

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