In India, patent rights are secured by filing an application for registration along with the requisite forms and documents and prescribed fees at the patent office.
How do you register or secure patent rights, and is national or international coverage most appropriate?
In India, patent rights are secured by filing an application for registration along with the requisite forms and documents and prescribed fees at the patent office. India’s patent administration system is unique in that it has four independently functioning patent offices. The patent office within whose jurisdiction the applicant is domiciled or resides, or where the invention actually originated, is where the patent application will need to be filed.
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