Patents are exclusive rights that grant exclusive rights to the inventor of an invention.

There is typically a 20-year limitation to the validity of this protection. Learn about business patents

During the authorized period, patent holders decide who may or cannot use patented inventions.

The patent stimulates the individual by recognizing creativity and providing material rewards for marketable inventions.

Patented inventions have spread to all areas of human life - from electric lamps (patent owners Edison and Swan)

application usually contains information on the name of the invention and the technical branch to which it applies

An innovation must meet certain conditions in order to be protected by a patent.

Grants are granted by the National Patent Office or the Regional Patent Office.

Website of the Department of Patents, Designs and Trademarks. Patents are exclusive rights

Patent protection means that a patent cannot be commercially create, use, distributed or sold without the permission

A patent owner has the right to decide who can or cannot use the patented invention within the authorized period.

Patented inventions have spread to all areas of human life - from electric lamps (patent owners Edison.