A patent is a right that is granted to an individual of enterprises under the government used to exclude other individuals or companies to copy makes or sells the patent products
A patent is a right that is granted to an individual of enterprises under the government used to exclude other individuals or companies to copy makes or sells the patent products without the approval of the owner of the patent. It is mandatory for all the Indian inventors who want to protect their intellectual property, regardless of their respective sectors to get their patent registered under the Patent Act, 2002.
Procedure For Company Registration
Complete our Simple Form
You need to fill our simple company registration form and submit documents for formation of a company.
Obtain DSC and DPIN from us
After submitting your documents we will provide you with DSC and DPIN.
Verification and Name Approval
Details provided by you will be verified and then we shall apply for name approval.
We will create all the required documents and file them with ROC on your behalf.
Your work is completed
Once your company is incorporated, we shall send you all the documents and DSCs.
Documents needed to get patent registration in India
- Patent application in form-1
- Proof of right to file the application of patent. This proof could either be attached at the end of application or along with it.
- If complete specifications is not available, then provisional specifications.
- In the case of provisional specifications, then complete specification in form-2 within 12 months.
- Statement and undertaking under section-8 in form-3 (if applicable).If patent application is filed by patent agent, then power of authority in form-26
- Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card of directors
- Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
Detailed Procedure patent registration
Before, we jump onto how to complete patent registration process, you should know whether a patent will be available for it or not. For this, you must go to https://www.madrasfilings.com/patent-search. This a required step, in case you haven’t done so.
After the patentability search, the innovator should prepare an application in Form 1.
Then, you need to attach patent specification with each application. This is done in Form 2, where complete or provisional specification is mentioned depending upon the state of invention. If it is provisional specification, then a period of 12 months is provided for one to finalize the invention and file the complete application.
Finally, you need to submit in your patent draft. On the basis of this draft, the patent office will decide whether the patent could be granted or not.
The application filed with the patent office will be published in the official patent journal. This is done after 18 months of filing of the patent. The inventor can use form 9 for early publication. In case, there is some restriction placed by the Indian Patent Act with regards to the publishing of the patent, it will not be published in the journal.
Examination process is done before the patent is granted and the application for examination has to be made in form 18. This process should not be delayed, as it is first come first serve basis. After this application is filled, it is passed on to the patent officer who checks every condition according to the patent rules and regulation.
If there are any issues that needs to be addressed then, it will be communicated.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many directors are required to register a company?
Can a company be registered at residential address?
Can my wife/relative be a director in company?
- Age should be more than 18 years
- Not criminally prosecuted
- Of sane mind
- Not bankrupt
What is the minimum capital required to register a company?
How to select a name of the company?
- It should be unique
- There should be no trademark registered of the given name
- It should have a prefix and activity word
- It should not have words like finance, minister etc
- For words like Global, Corporation, World the capital should be more that 25 lakhs
What is tax rate for Private limited companies?
Can I be a director if I am a employee in other company?
But you need to check your employment agreement to see if your company policy allows you to be a director.
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