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Patent Registration

The permanent patent is an exclusive legal right of an inventor, giving him/her the legal authority to prohibit others from making or using a particular invention. This right vest in the patent for 20 years, after which the invention comes into the public domain so that the invention is open for others to use. The 20-year validity is set for motivating people into inventing more or making additions to their invention. The patent holder has the right to sue anyone who infringes the patent and decides on who to sell, assign, or license the said patent.

Why Patent Registration?

  • Exclusive authority over your invention
  • Monetary Returns
  • Sue the third party in case of infringement
  • Increases your credibility in the market

Documents Required

  • Title of the invention
  • Applicants Information
  • Description of the Invention
  • Technical aspects of the invention
  • DSC of Applicant
  • MSME or StartUp India Certificate (If any)

Our Procedure

Complete our Simple Form Online

You are required to fill your details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

Verfication of Documents

For further procedures, details provided by you will be verified by our experts.

Submission of Documents

We will create all the required documents and file them with appropriate authority.

Your work is Completed

Once your proprietorship is incorporated, we will intimate you about the same.

Our Pricing


All Inclusive Pricing


  • Provisional Patent
  • Prior Art Search
  • Application Drafting
  • Application Filing
  • Includes Government Fee


All Inclusive Pricing


  • Permanent Patent
  • Prior Art Search
  • Application Drafting
  • Application Filing
  • Includes Government Fee

Frequently Asked Questions

The patent filing is important to possess exclusive rights over the invention. If one doesn’t protect it under the law, anyone can exploit it commercially once it becomes available to the public. To restrict others from utilizing, selling, or making copies the inventor must apply for a permanent patent.

No, once the invention is in the public domain, it cannot be patented anymore. Inventors should not disclose their inventions before filing the patent application online or offline.

A patent rarely has any value if the commercial worth of the product or technology cannot be demonstrated and exploited. Therefore, a person has to see the utility and demand for the invention in the market before he/she files for a patent, they can make money from their patent by claiming royalties, selling, or license their patented invention.

1. The patent expires if it has lived its full term i.e. 20 years
2. The patentee fails to pay the annual renewal fee.
3. The validity of the patent has been successfully challenged by an opponent by filing an opposition.
4. The patent is revoked.

A patent filed in India is valid only in India. To register a patent in other countries, separate patents should be filed in the respective countries. No patent is global.

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