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A Patent is a Statutory privilege granted by the Government to inventors (or to other persons obtaining rights from the Original Inventors) for a fixed and limited period of years, to exclude other persons from manufacturing, selling or using any patented product or process or method. Thus, the Patent is a monopoly right on an invention for a limited period of time.

Thus, the Patent is a monopoly right on an invention for a limited period of time.

In India, the law of Patent is governed by Patent Act, 1970 as amended till date and Rules there under. The Patent Act, 1970 was lastly amended by The Patent (Amendment) Act, 2004 became effective from January 1, 2005. The substantial amendment is effected by this last amendment.


What is Patentable Invention?

All the invention is patentable which is new and industrially useful barring few as described herein below.

In nutshell, all the inventions including any art, process, method or Manner of Manufacture, Machine, Apparatus, Article or Substance produced by manufacture or process of manufacture and Improvement thereof.