Category: Patent Act

Comprehensive Study of Section 117A of The Patents Act, 1970

Introduction The Patents Act, 1970 (hereinafter referred to as Act) being a gallant enactment to encourage research & development and innovation and providing monopoly over intellectual creations came into force on 20th April 1972, supplanting the Indian Patents and Designs Act 1911. This enactment is currently in par with all the international arrangements as it gets … Continue reading Comprehensive Study of Section 117A of The Patents Act, 1970

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Considerations Under Section 8 Indian Patent Act, 1970

Intellectual Property Rights are jurisdictional in nature. Hence, instances wherein different patent applications for the same subject matter filed in different parts of the world are common. PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) does make it easier for patent rights to be granted worldwide, however, applicants still prefer filing separate patent applications in countries that aren’t covered … Continue reading Considerations Under Section 8 Indian Patent Act, 1970

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