Patent Registration


Patent registration in India is available for inventions. A patent is a government-granted right that prevents others from making, using, selling, or importing the patented product or process without the permission of the patent holder.

Types of Patents

Provisional Patent

Non- Provisional Patent

Difference between Types of Patents:


Provisional Patent

Non-Provisional Patent


Development Stage

Completed Stage


Product need more time to develop

Product totally developed


Initial Idea

Complete Applicability

Documents Required

Few Documents

Complete Documents

Time of Filing

Before 1 year Non-Provisonal

Within 1 year of Non-Provisonal


2 Step Process

1 Step Process


More Costly

Less Costly




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What can be Patented


The invention must not have been published or disclosed anywhere in India or abroad before filing the patent application.

Inventive Step

The invention should not be obvious to a person skilled in the relevant field, considering the existing knowledge or documents.

Industrial Applicability

The invention must have practical utility and be capable of being made or used in an industry.

Process of Patent Application:

Patent Search

Our team shall conduct a thorough search to check if the invention is already patented or similar inventions exist.


Our team shall filing the patent application along with the required documents and fees.

Patentability Report

Our team shall evaluate the patentability of the invention and prepare a report.

Publication in Patent Journal

The patent application is published in Patent Journal after a specific period, generally 18 months from the filing date.


The patent application is examined by the patent office to assess its compliance with patentability criteria.


If any objections are raised during the examination, our Advocates shall respond and address them.

Grant of Patent

If the application is found to meet all requirements, the patent is granted, and the applicant becomes the patent holder.

Benefits of Patent Registration

Encouragement for Innovations

Patents act as incentives for inventors and encourage further innovations by granting exclusive rights to the inventor.

Protection against Competitors

Patent registration prevents competitors from copying, selling, or importing the patented invention without the owner's permission.

Potential Revenue Source

Patents can be monetized by selling or licensing them to others. Patent holders have the option to generate income by granting licenses to other companies, allowing them to use the patented technology in exchange for royalties or fees.

Exclusive Rights and Control

Patent registration grants the owner exclusive rights to the invention for a specified period, typically 20 years from the filing date. This exclusive control allows the patent holder to decide how the invention is used, manufactured, or commercialized, providing them with a significant market advantage.

Improves Brand Perception

A patented product makes the patent holder premium and unique and increases its standing in the market. As the patent is granted for 20 years, the patent holder can reap the benefits of the patented product and service and charge premium price and have some kind of monopoly in the market.

Validity of Patent Registration:

20 years

Trademark vs Copyright vs Patent





What can be protected?

Product, Service, Word, Device, Collective Mark, Numbers, Certification Mark, Packaging, Shape, Colour, Pattern, Sound, Symbol, Slogan, Tag line.

Inventions, Product or Process.

Books, articles, music, photography, sculptures, dances, sound recordings, motion films etc.


Distinctiveness and Uniqueness.

Novel, Unique and Industrial applicability.

Unique and Original work


10 years

20 years

Author’s lifetime + 60 years.