Patent Search

Conduct a rigorous check to know if your product/design is likely to be granted a patent. All at the lowest price in India.

  • Prior Art Search

    A patent attorney will do a thorough search the patent database.

  • Approval Chances

    The lawyer will assess inventiveness through comparisons with similar works

  • Recommendation

    The attorney will then inform you whether or not you should make the application.

What is a Patent Search ?

A patent gives its owner the right to prevent others from making, using, importing or selling the invention without approval. Before such a right is granted, there obviously is a rigorous check on whether the process or product is inventive (i.e. isn't obvious), novel (hasn't been anticipated in any published document) and industrially applicable (possesses utility). It involves a search of the database of the intellectual property regulator of India to check whether there exists an object or invention that is the same as or similar to applicant's invention. This is also known as a prior art search.

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Search of Patent Database
Detailed review and comparison of related work
Invention Assessment

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Advantages of Patent Search

Test of Inventiveness

Before paying the government fees for a patent, it is sensible to do a search to test the inventiveness of the product or process. It's the only way to know how likely it is for your patent to be granted. While you may be aware of what has already been shown to have commercial uses, it is entirely possible that a competitor has patented a product or process similar to yours, but not begun using it yet.

Improves Approval Chances

Note that even similar products or processes, if already patented, could cause your application to be rejected. If a patent has been granted to a product or process similar to yours, you would be able to frame your application to reflect how yours is different.