How to patent your idea’s

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 Do you have a brilliant idea you’re ready to patent? Getting an Indian patent prevents others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling your idea within the India, and prevents others from importing it into the India. After you determine that your idea meets the right criteria and hasn’t already been patented, apply for a patent with the Indian Patent and Trademark Office. Read on to learn more about how to patent your bright idea.

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What is Patent?

A patent is a legal document proof that is dully granted to the first who file for a patent on a particular invention by the Government. It allows them to exclude others from making, using or selling the invention that is described in the patent for a period of twenty years from the date that they first filed the application.

 How to Patent an idea with a provisional patent application.  Do you have any innovative idea and want to register, so that nobody will steal it or beat you in marketplace?  The process of registration or filing a provisional patent application is known as Patents. Your first step will protect your new invention, even before you tell your idea to friends or investors, you have to file that patent.

 So if your invention has potential then the idea to patent an idea should be on your mind.

 

Steps to Patent an Idea:

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Step 1: Look about your idea

First of all, you have to look more about your ideas, is it not register before? So determine whether your idea is new, good & innovative. Your idea is eligible is eligible for patents or not? Conduct a patent search to ensure that your idea isn’t already registered/ patented. Spend a few hours doing a good search for patents that are related to your idea.

In order to get a valid patent, you have to describe in detail to the patent exactly how to make and use your invention.

 

Step 2: Prepare your application

Download the application for register your patent. According to the format, you have to manage the data & information of your application. You should include figures or drawings showing what your invention looks like.  If your idea is for a new software process, than your figures will be a flow chart showing each step of the process.  When creating your figures, make sure to label each key feature of your invention.  The goal of your patent application should be to create a technical description of how to make and use your invention.  This is not a marketing piece of business plan so go easy on the market and business information and focus on technical details.  Patents and patent applications are published online so don’t include any business secrets or strategies in your patent application.  Write a detailed & diagrammatic description of your idea. This is the most important that what strategy you use to file the patent.

Step 3: Applying for a Patent 

 After completing your application, go to the patent site, register for electronic filing to your country patent site. Prepare your application attachments with detailed description. Wait for your authorization code and reference number & Wait for your application to be approved or rejected.

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Write to us for your patent ideas. 

We are happy to help you. We provide the patent services to new innovator, new generation (any company/ industry) to become them entrepreneur for lighten to our country India. We are happy to help other for their future.

If anyone wishes to attempt to patent an idea, we help them in all the way, from just idea to paper application, suggestion, filing application, submission program, authority for patents & authority latter of your innovative idea.

 

We will help you all the way on your ideas. send us your queries here. 

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