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Getting patent registration is vital to safeguard your business interest/technology. We can help you file and get a patent for your intellectual property or product. Get in touch with us to know more.

Why Do You Need to Get a Patent Registration?

A patent refers to the exclusive rights granted for an invention which is either a product or a process that provides for a new way to do something or a solution to an existing problem in exchange for an enabling public disclosure.

Which is a technical disclosure of technical aspects of the invention. The patent owner has exclusive rights over the invention for a limited period of years during which he can restrict others from commercially exploiting the invention. So if you have an innovative product or solution you should realize its potential, treat it as an asset, and get it protected by intellectual property laws.

1. Benefits of early registration

If you are sure about your invention you should apply for patent registration immediately. Indian Patent laws follow a first to file system. This means whoever files the patent application for an invention first gets a priority date. You don't even need to file the complete application if your invention still demands some work. Instead, you can file a provisional application, which is inexpensive and short to summarize. You have an assurance that nobody can claim the same invention within a pendency period of 12 months from the priority date. You must file a permanent patent application with complete claims and description within these 12 months.

2. Exclusive rights

A patent endows you with exclusive offers over the invention which enables you to restrict someone from claiming, copying, manufacturing, and selling the invention without your permission. If anyone does so he or she will be subject to litigation for patent infringement. This is valid through the entire lifespan of the patent. In India the longevity of a patent is 20 years. Having complete protection you can do anything with the invention even modify the original invention.

3. Returns on investment

Presumably, your invention has commercial viability, although it is entirely up to you whether you want to commercialize it or not. However, it is natural that you will want some ROI as you have invested time, effort, and money into it. Thus you should study the market well and sell your invention so that you may derive monetary returns from your invention while retaining exclusive rights over it.

However, you may choose to avoid the burden of commercializing the invention yourself and license or sell your invention to somebody in exchange for monetary returns. In case of licensing you will retain your exclusive rights, although you'll lose them if you sell your invention.

4. Good market reputation

Patent rights give an inventor substantial exposure to the market along with a noticeable status and improve his portfolio by revealing the invention publicly. This helps the inventor forge good relationships with customers and competitors that eventually will bring in revenues. You will automatically attract leading business partners, investors, and shareholders towards you or your organization for doing business. With such a strong image in the market, you will have more negotiating capacity in your hand for your invention.

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Here is the process of patent registration explained in the simplest terms.

Process of Patent Registration

1. Select the package

We provide two different packages for patent registration service (for complete patent and provisional patent) which allows us to flexibly cater to your requirements. The first step of trademark registration is the selection of the package. So start with choosing the plan that suits you the most.

2. Fill out the questionnaire

We have designed an online questionnaire that will help us obtain certain information about you and your business that will help us serve you better. It takes less than 10 minutes to fill out the online questionnaire and there are no personal or sensitive questions that may cause your discomfort.

3. Upload the necessary documents

The next step is the uploading of the documents required for the patent application. These documents are essential in filing for the patent registration and comprise identity proofs of the applicant and details of the invention. We will further discuss the required documents later.

4. Make payment

After this, you have to make the payment. There is no need to worry because the payment process is really quick and fortified with secure gateways so that you neither have to waste your precious time nor compromise on safety.

5. Consultation with experts

Soon after you complete the payment a relationship manager will be assigned who will contact you and have a thorough discussion to understand your precise requirements.

6. Execution of application

After this, your documents along with the patent application are going to be drafted by our expert professionals so that you neither have to spend your time nor your effort to get your patent registration.

7. Submission of application

Finally, the relevant government forms will be submitted and the government approval is received you will be given a receipt from the patent office, with the application number, invention title, and date of filing.

Patent Registration Packages

Here are our patent registration packages:

Basic Package

Save upto 5% cost on this package


(inclusive of all taxes)

  • One provisional patent application
  • The validity period of 12 months
  • Drafting and filing of the application by trademark expert
  • EMI facility available
  • Support over call, chat or email
  • No hidden charges
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Premium Package

Save upto 10% cost on this package


(inclusive of all taxes)

  • One permanent patent application
  • Validity period of 20 years
  • Drafting and filing of the application by trademark experts
  • EMI facility available
  • Support over call, chat or email
  • No hidden charges
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Documents Required for Patent Registration

1. Title

The foremost requirement for patent registration is a document that declares the name of your invention.

2. Applicant's information

Proofs of name, address, and nationality along with the contact details of each applicant of the patent must be provided for the process of patent registration.

3. Description of invention

A document articulating a detailed description of the invention along with details about what the applicant wants to specifically claim out of the invention must also be submitted for patent registration.

4. Technical aspects of the invention

Technical information about the invention and drawings along with a copy of provisional registration (if applied) must be provided.

5. DSC of applicant

The digital signature certificate (DSC) of the applicant is necessary for patent registration. In case you do not have a digital signature certificate, you can avail it from MyLegalClinic in exchange of additional charges.

6. MSME or Start-up recognition

You can also provide MSME or Start-up registration certificates to avail the subsidy given by the government and procure the patent at a lower cost.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We totally get that it's natural for you to have doubts and queries about the patent registration process so we have compiled a list of the most commonly asked questions on the topic.

What inventions are patentable?

An invention needs to have three main characteristics to be patented. These are as follows:
• Novelty: the invention should be new and there should be no existential trace of it.
• Innovativeness: it should be inventive and unique in itself
• Industrial utility: It should add value to the life of the common man and not be a mere prototype and have actual usage

What inventions are not patentable?

Section 3 and 5 of the Indian Patents Act, 1970 declares the inventions which are not eligible to be patented. These inventions are as follows:
• Any agricultural or horticultural method
• Any process under the purview of medicinal, surgical, curative, or other treatment of human beings, animals, and plants
• A development or discovery of anything that relates to atomic energy
• Discovery of a unique machine, an apparatus or a process

Should I apply for a patent in my name or my company's name?

If you are an employee then any intellectual property generated during the course of employment usually belongs to the organization or company. However, if there has been no such agreement you can file the application in your name. Nonetheless, it is advisable to get a NOC from your employer in case you have used resources from them to avoid any future disputes

Can a published invention be patented?

No, any invention that has been published or disclosed cannot be patented because it has already been introduced to the public domain and belongs there. Inventors should not reveal their inventions before filing the patent application.

Is it compulsory to file a provisional patent before filing the permanent one?

No, filing the provisional patent is an optional step. If you have finished working on your invention and have complete knowledge about it you can go ahead and file a permanent patent application.

Is a patent valid outside India?

No, a patent registered in India is valid only within the country. To register a patent in other countries, separate patent applications should be filed in the respective countries. No patent is globally valid. Thus you should file patent applications in all the countries where you require legal protection for your invention

When does a patent expire?

A patent expires under any of the following circumstances:
• If the patent expires if it has completed its full term of 20 years
• If the patentee fails to pay the annual renewal fee
• If the validity of the patent has been successfully challenged by a contender by filing an opposition
• If the patent is revoked

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