A patent is an exclusive right granted to an inventor for his invention. It provides the owner the right to decide how others will use his invention. To receive a patent, the owner must disclose the technical information about his invention to the public through a patent application.

The Patents Act 1970 is the umbrella legislation related to patents in India. The primary objective of the law is to encourage innovation and new technologies. A Patent is a statutory privilege granted by the Government to inventors (or to other persons obtaining rights from the Original Inventors) for a fixed and limited number of years. This prevents other persons from manufacturing, selling, and/or using any patented product or process or method.

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