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Patent Publication In India

This post was first published on 14th March, 2011. In India, just like in other jurisdiction once an application for filing the patent has been made, the application shall be published for public inspection by 18 months from date of filing or priority date. Indian Patent Act 1970 makes it mandatory to publish the patent applications for Public inspection in the official gazette. Such publications in official gazette shall be issued every Friday by patent office. Indian Patent office provides publication of official gazette in their website mentioned below: http://ipindia.nic.in/. This is a very progressive step taken by the Patent office which...

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Indian Patent Process and Procedure – Presentation by Ms. Vinita Radhakrishnan at UPES School of Law

This presentation titled is part of the 'Patent Law and Practice Program' being taught by BananaIP Team at UPES School of Law to B.tech-LLB Students. This presentation covers the General Patent Process and Procedure along with the Patent Process and Procedure in India. The following topics have been covered in the presentation below: - Law, Regulations and Guidelines - Indian Patent Process - Applicant - Exercise - Filing Mode - Fee Details In Filing - Filing Offices - Exercise - Type Of Filing - Contents of Specification - Documents - Formality Examination - Publication - Fee Details In Early Publication - Exercise - Request For Examination - Fee Details for RFE - Examination Process - Exercise - Pre Grant Opposition - Grant -...

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The Right Time and Means to Publish a Patent Application

If an invention has been published or publicly displayed, it will not be eligible for patenting except for in certain cases. As part of this post, we will look at an essential stage in the patenting process called Publication. We will also discuss the exceptions, where prior publication may not hinder the patenting of an invention.

In India, once an application for a patent has been made, the application shall be published by the Patent Office for public inspection, before the expiry of 18 months from filing or priority date. Under Section 11A of the Indian Patent Act, 1970 it is mandatory to publish patent applications for public inspection in the Official Gazette. Such publications in the Official e-Journal, shall be published every Friday by the Patent Office.

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