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What Is Patent Registration?

Patent registration is a legal process that grants the inventor the exclusive rights to their invention, preventing others from making, using, selling, or importing the invention without their permission. It’s a powerful tool to protect intellectual property and encourage innovation.

Patent Registration Fees in India

The cost of patent registration in India varies depending on factors like the type of patent, the entity applying (individual, startup, small entity, or large entity), and the number of claims. For accurate and up-to-date fee details, consult the Indian Patent Office’s official website or reach out to business consultant CAonWeb for professional guidance.

Why Choose CAonWeb for Patent Registration?

CAonWeb is a renowned tax consultant and professional service provider in India, offering end-to-end solutions for patent registration.

Expert Guidance: CA Sanket Agarwal, an industry expert, will personally assist you in patent registration process, ensuring accuracy and efficiency.

1. User-Friendly Approach: CAonWeb simplifies the complex patent registration process, making it hassle-free for you.

2. Competitive Pricing: They offer competitive pricing packages tailored to your specific needs.

3. Online Assistance: With CAonWeb, you can complete the entire process of online patent filing, saving time and resources.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the validity of a patent in India?

A patent in India is valid for 20 years from the date of filing.

Can I file a patent application on my own?

Yes, you can, but it’s advisable to seek professional assistance for a smooth and error-free process.

What is the cost of patent registration in India for startups?

Startups enjoy a significantly reduced fee structure for patent registration, and it’s advisable to consult a professional for exact pricing.

Who Cannot apply for a patent?

As per Section 6 of the Patents Act, 1970, any person other than true and first inventor of an invention or is an assignee of such person cannot apply for a patent.

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