A patent is an right granted by the government for an invention – a product or process, giving the owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering to sell, and importing an invention for a limited period of time, in exchange for the public disclosure of the invention.


All industries, e.g. chemicals, drugs, plastics, motors, turbines, electronics, scientific equipments, communication equipments, etc. Patent rights are usually enforced in courts that, in most systems, hold the authority to stop patent infringement. Conversely, a court can also declare a patent invalid upon a successful challenge by a third party.

Process to get a patent granted

Firstly, to secure a patent an application is filed at a patent office with the jurisdiction in the geographic area over which coverage is required, which generally contains the title of the invention, as well as an indication of its technical field. It must include the background and a description of the invention, in clear language and enough detail that an individual belongs to that field could use use and reproduce the invention. The patants are granted by national patent office or regional office. The application is filled to such regional system to protect the invension in one or more countries.

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