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A patent for an invention is the grant of a property right to the inventor, issued by the Patent Office. A patent allows one to prohibit others from making, using, selling, offering for sale or importing the invention for a period of up to twenty years from the date of filing the application.

Research and development costs can be high, but the fruits of that work are inventions, which often can be protected by Patents. Therefore, by controlling the exploitation of these assets patents are themselves valuable assets.

When viewed over the 20 year life of the Patent, it is very cost effective for the protection which is obtained. In addition to the many other benefits patents can be used to gain capital. It can be sold, or mortgaged to raise funds. You can also license your Patent in order to raise funds through royalty payments.


Under Design Act, 2000, A design must be some shape, configuration, pattern or ornamentation or composition of lines or colors applied to such article in any form by any industrial process or means but does not include any mode or principle of construction or any thing which is in Trade or Property mark or artistic work.

Designs should not be seen as an alternative to patents but as a complementary protection. If the expected life-time of a product is short, and the product will be simple to produce, Action can be taken against an infringer and, unlike with copyright, actual copying of the protected design is not required to be proved.


Trademarks are words, names, symbols, or devices used by manufacturers of goods to identify their goods, and to distinguish their goods from goods manufactured and sold by others. A person who sells his goods under a particulate trademark acquires a sort of limited exclusive right to use the mark in relation those goods. Trademark law protects this right of the owner of a mark to use marks that distinguish his goods from others and to prevent others from using marks that are likely to cause confusion. Trademark law protects the goodwill of a business and also protects the consumers' ability to accurately ascertain the source of goods and services.

Primarily to ensure that the only persons who are able to exploit it are you or your company. Your reputation is represented by your trade mark. Others may seek to use your trade mark or something akin to your trade mark for their own use and thus take advantage of the reputation you have earned. Registration of your trade mark is the surest and quickest means of seeking redress in these circumstances. Furthermore, registration establishes your exclusive rights to use that trade mark for your goods or services.


Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection granted under the Indian Copyright Act 1957 to the creators of original works of authorship such as literary works (including computer programmes, tables and compilations), dramatic, musical and artistic works, cinematographic films and sound recordings.

The color combination, style of writing and get up of the brand name, logo or label of your company can be registered as a copy right. The computer software, C.D.'s slogans, catalogues and books can be registered as copy right.