Permanent Patent

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Process File Permanent Patent

Discussion and collection of basic Information and provisional application (if any)

Provide required documents about the complete patent application, detailed information about examination of the invention & its uses, with well-defined claims.

Finalize the type of agreement

Drafting of documents by professionals

Drafting of Permanent patent application

Filing of online Form-1

The whole process would be complete once the government

approval is received , you will receive a receipt from government (patent office) with application number, title of invention and date of filing

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Apply for Permanent Patent in 3 Easy Steps

  • Spare less than 10 minutes to fill our online Questionnaire
  • Upload all the required Documents to proceed with permanent patent filing
  • Make quick payment through our secured gateways
  • Assigned Relationship Manager
  • Consultation regarding the permanent patent application
  • Drafting of Documents and Agreements
  • Preparation & Filing of Application
  • All it takes is 25 working days*

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The patent filing is important to possess exclusive rights over the invention. If one doesn’t protect it under the law, anyone can exploit it commercially once available to the public. To restrict others from utilizing, selling, or making copies, the inventor must apply for a complete patent.


If you are an employee, then usually all the intellectual property generated during your course of employment would belong to the organization or the company you are working for. If there has been no such agreement you can apply for the patent in your nam, but it is advisable to take a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from your employer or Institute if you have used the resources of your employer or institute to avoid any future disputes.


No, once the invention is in the public domain, it cannot be patented anymore. Inventors should not disclose their inventions before filing the patent application online or offline. However, under certain circumstances, the Patents Act provides a period of 12 months for filing of patent application from the date of its publication in a journal or its public display in an exhibition organized by the Government or disclosure before any learned society or published by the applicant for the same author and same inventor only.


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