With The Aid of Indian Patent Law, A Study To Protect Inventors

1Arpana Bansal

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Abstract:

The Important Portions Of The Indian Patent Act, 1970 Are Described In Indian Patent Law. The India Patent Act Of 1970 Distinguishes Between Patentable And Non-Patentable Inventions. It Suggests That There Is A Distinction Made Between Creation And The Development Cycle. To Be Eligible Under Indian Law, An Individual Must Have Been A Legitimate Inventor Of The Product. Patent Rights Differ From Country To Country. The "Indian Patent Act 1970" Is The Law That Governs Patent Rights In India. The Indian Patent Act Of 1970 Gives The Creator A Limited Time Exclusive Right To His Creation. What Is The Purpose Of The Lawful Request? What Do We Hope To Achieve As A Result Of Our Political Affiliation? What Is The Decisive Purpose For Law Making, Or At The Very Least For The Selection And Description Of The Equality Policy Execution Norms That A Coordinated Society Puts Out Or Perceives? In Legal And Political Theory, These Are The Most Essential Questions.

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Indian Patent Law, Patent Administration, Geographical Indications Tags

Paper Details
Month1
Year2021
Volume25
IssueIssue 3
Pages1018-1028

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