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An Ordinary Patent Registration Process India

An ordinary patent registration process India that can be filed in the Patent Office India without claiming any priority of application made in another country/convention country or without referring to any other application already under process in the Patent office is called  An ordinary patent registration process India such as  application can be filed by an inventor himself as an applicant or by a person to whom the invention is assigned by the inventor through their authorized patent agents in India for eg. Joachim & Janson, Registered Patent Agents and Patent Attorneys. Such applicant may be either an Indian national or foreign national.

An ordinary patent registration process India

Ordinary Patent Registration Process India

An ordinary application can be filed in the form of Provisional Application/Specification if the applicant finds that his invention is not ready. This helps him/her to establish the priority of the applicant over any other person(s) who is likely to file an application for patent in respect of the same invention being developed concurrently. It also helps the applicant to get a maximum period of twelve months to fully develop his invention by himself or with the help of others who are interested in the economic value of the patent before filing the file the complete specification within twelve months.

Application filing

If the applicant has the Patent ready for filing he may opt for filing the Complete Specification at the earliest enabling him to save time and money. It may take around 2 to 3 years to get a Patent registered in India. An applicant for patent should comply with all the necessary patent procedures within the stipulated period. A good patent law firm like Joachim & Janson, Kerala with well experienced Patent agents or patent attorneys can assist you during all stages of patenting by providing the necessary services like consulting on the patentability of the invention, market potential,   patent search, drafting provisional and complete specifications, publication, examination, grant, renewal, valuation, assignment or licensing at a reasonable cost.

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Guidelines for Submitting Import Export code application

Guidelines for Submitting Import Export code application

Here you can see the guidelines for submitting Import Export code application. IEC Stands IMPORTER EXPORTER CODE  which contains 10 digit number issued by Director General of Foreign Trade. It also concerned by  Department of Commerce and Government of India.

It is required  for two reasons. One is, when we are exporting or importing goods from one country to another. Second is, If any foreign transfer on account of business.

IEC number is mandatory. IEC forms a primary document for recognition by Govt. of India as Exporter or Importer. Blog post on Guidelines for Submitting Import Export code application is useful for law students, lawyers, attorneys. On the top of that it is useful for export import company owners.

Guidelines for Submitting Import Export Code application

Once you have decided to apply for an IEC application, it is always better that you entrust the work to an experienced consultant. Better one is that he is in close proximity to DGFT Office. Moreover  he can get the IEC approved within a one or two week’s time.

 It is very secured documents. So that our prominent J&J IP Management Services, Cochin, Kerala, India provides hassle free experience to their clients for a reasonable fee at very quick time. Also with good quality one. As they have procured several hundred import export licenses during the past one decade. In addition, as many clients are very satisfied with our services.

An applicant for Import Export Code  prior to approaching a Export consultant should have the following:

  • A Current account in the name of their firm or Company,
  • PAN Card in the name of the company/firm. In case of Individual applicant, personal PAN card issued by Income tax Authorities,
  • Arrange for a Banker’s letter or Bankers receipt ,
  • Arrange for necessary 2 passport size photos,
  • Provide full and complete addresses and contact details. It will be fully stamped etc.
Finally, you will get the IEC code within two week's, after submitting the document to DGFT(Directorate General of Foreign Trade).

If you want more information, please contact through our office phone number. You will get a direct consultation on Guidelines for Submitting Import Export code application.

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Patent Registration process India

Patent Registration Process IndiaPatent Registration process India

Patent rights are rights allowed to a person for a new invention. The process of invention or modification of an existing invention is known as patent. Patent Registration process India, is in the act of 1970.

It consists of the law relating to patents in India. The period for which a patent is granted is 20 years.

Indian patent offices are in Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai. Here patent applications can be filed. In sections 3 and 4 of the patent act of 1970, contain a list of inventions which cannot be patented.

The applicant has to make sure that his invention has not been patented before. The next step is to file a patent application. This can be done either by the inventor or by his assignee. The application can be filed jointly or independently. In case of a deceased person the legal representatives can make the application.

The application can be provisional specification or complete specification. Complete specification should be filed in 12 months.

The patent should not be published before the application is filed. Either the agent or the applicant can file the patent specification. It usually includes the title of invention, prior art, and any drawbacks in the prior art. If it is a complete specification then the scope of invention must be mentioned.

Complete specification can be directly filed without a provisional specification. If provisional specification is filed, the applicant can claim priority date. Besides, it gives time to the inventor to assess the market value of the invention before filing a complete specification.

The next step is filing a request for examination, which should be done in 48 hours from the date of priority or date of filing of application. A First Examination Report (FER) will then be issued by the patent office.

The patent application will be published in 18 months after the date of filing. However the applicant can make a request for early publishing. The application will be assessed by the patent officers. The application will be filed in the gazette of India, if it is found suitable. The patent will be granted if there is no opposition on payment of the sealing fee, in six months from the date of advertisement.

The patent will be open for defiance by third parties, for one year from the date on which it was advertised. Normally it is open for a period of four months. But extension for one more month will be granted if applied for.

If the application is refused, and the applicant has filed a request 10 days in advance, before the expiry of the statutory period. After that, the controller should provide a chance for being heard. The patent office will have a register of patents. It contains the patent number, name and address of the patentee. There are no patents that are valid worldwide. However pct patent application can be filed in any of the four patent offices in India. They should act as the receiving office for international application. Patents have to be renewed every year by paying the required fees.

Call us on 91-484-3022295-99 for knowing about Patent Registration process India or for getting a patent registration service from us.

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