Conditions for inventions eligible for protection

Conditions for inventions eligible for protection
March 11 09:21 2014 Print This Article

1.  An invention shall be protected by mode of grant of invention patent when it satisfies the following  conditions:

a/ Being novel;

b/ Involving an inventive step;

c/ Being susceptible of industrial application

–         An invention shall be protected by mode of grant of utility solution patent if it is not a common knowledge, when it satisfies the following conditions:

a/ Being novel;

b/ Being susceptible of industrial application

Novelty of inventions

An invention shall be considered involving an inventive step if, based on technical solutions already publicly disclosed through use or by means of a  written description or any other form, inside or outside the country, prior to the filing date or the priority date, as applicable, of the invention registration application, it constitutes an inventive progress and cannot be easily created by a person with average knowledge in the art.

– Susceptible of industrial inventions

An invention shall be considered susceptible of industrial application if it is possible to realize mass manufacture or production of products or repeated application of the process that is the subject mater of the invention, and to achieve stable results

Susceptibility of industrial application of inventions

An invention shall be considered susceptible of industrial application if it is possible to realize mass manufacture or production of products or repeated application of the process that is the subject mater of the invention, and to achieve stable results.

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