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Patent Renewal





Indian patent law requires patent owners to pay a renewal or maintenance fee to keep their patent active for the duration of ownership. Patents in India, like in most other countries, are granted for 20 years from the filing date or the international filing date in the case of national step PCT filings. It takes time and money to create new inventions, so don't miss out on patent renewals. Contact Vireza Onfiling for patent renewal now.

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As per the discussion with Experts you can submit the documents through email to the concerned person with 50% professional fees and the complete government fees for the services.



Once your documents are submitted, our team will draft the required forms as per the documents shared and will send you back for the final review before submitting to authorities.



Once you give confirmation our team will file the documents and give you acknowledgement. Once application is approved by authorities you will get the required certifications without any hassle.

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According to Section 3(k) of the Indian Patents Act, computer programs as such are not considered patentable subject-matter, but they may be protected under copyright law.
The term for patent protection is 20 years from the date of filing of the application.
Under the Scheme for Facilitating Start-ups Intellectual Property Protection (SIPP), the Government of India gives the following privileges to start-ups when filing patent applications in India: • An entity that qualifies as a start-up under the Government of India's Stand-Up India initiative can benefit from rapid examination. • To the extent of Rs.10,000/-, the government reimburses the facilitator who supports the startup in submitting and prosecuting the patent application.
According to Patent Act in India, Chapter II, Section 3 of the Indian Patents Act states what is not considered an invention under the law and is therefore not patentable in India: • inventions being frivolous or contrary to public order, morality, public health, the environment, etc. • scientific discoveries • mere discoveries of new forms of known substances • methods of agriculture or horticulture • diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical methods for the treatment of humans or animals • plants and animals other than micro-organisms • mathematical or business methods or computer programs per se or algorithms • literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work or any other aesthetic creation • schemes, rules or methods of performing mental acts or methods of playing games • presentations of information • topography of integrated circuits • traditional knowledge • Inventions relating to atomic energy are not patentable either.
The patentee has the option of paying the renewal fees annually or in one single payment.

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