A patent is an absolute right given by the government to the creator, excluding others to manufacture, utilise or trade his creation till the life of the patent. In simple words, Patent gives the sole right for our design. The primary purpose of a patent is to avoid people from stealing one’s creation. The duration of a patent is 20 years, after that the invention is open for all. The period is set long so to motivate the creators into creating more or upgrading their creations. A creator, patent registered has the absolute right to sue anyone who is using his invention.
No, a provisional patent does not include any patent right. It is used to get a preference patent filing date.
Yes, you can also license a provisional patent.
Approximately 4-6 working days.
The renewal fee is applicable according to Sec 53 of the Indian Patent Act. & should be paid before the commencement of every succeeding year.
No. Patent is valid in the only country where it is registered.
Approximately, ₹ 45,000 to ₹ 60,000. (Including agents fees)
Yes, only if your sales are healthy and want to stop your competitor from selling the same product.