Indian Patent Search

Indian Patent Search

Indian patent search provides its owner a right in order to preclude any other person from creating, using, importing or selling the invention without taking the approval from the original owner. However prior the right is granted, there shall be a rigorous check on whether the procedure or creation or goods is inventive (which involves which is not obvious), novel (has not been anticipated in any published document) as well as industrially applicable (possesses utility). It includes a search of the database of the intellectual property controller of India towards checking whether there is a presence of an object or invention that is similar as or alike to the invention of the applicant. This is also recognized as a prior art search.

Indian Patent Office Search

The Indian Patent Office had presented the Indian patent search database called inPASS or Indian Patent Advanced Search System for the very first time in the year 2015. inPASS substituted the then official database of the patent office known as iPAIRS (Indian Patent Information Retrieval System) towards providing for a more simple, strong and user-friendly database.

Indian Patent Advanced Search System

In India, a patent is furnished by the Indian patent advanced search system or inPASS. InPass permits a full-text search of each and every patents as well as applications that have been registered up to now in the nation. Each year, many corporations and persons file for patents for their inventions. Henceforth, an official register or database is upheld towards ensuring no duplication of patents on alike or similar products/applications are awarded. Indian patent search can be called to be an effort to search the whole database to check whether any corporation or person has already filed for a patent for an application same to the one for which patent is being sought after.

InPass, the database where every patent and patent applications are been stored, provide a thorough insight into each and every one of the patents in the area of research, and therefore, helping in analyzing, scrutinizing and also determining whether it is useful to file for a patent registration. Indian patent search is a compulsory step prior to filing for patent registration.

Indian Patent Office Patent Search

There is no price required to be paid for conducting an Indian patent search. A patent search could be conducted through the Patent database of India available at http://ipindiaservices.gov.in/publicsearch.

Relying on the status of a patent application, an Indian patent search in India could be done under two types of publication: published or granted. The individual could select the desired publication type by clicking on the checkbox available on the website page. The individual could view many categories like

  • Application Date

  • Title

  • Abstract

  • Complete Specification

  • Application Number

  • Patent Number

  • Applicant Number

  • Patent Number

  • Applicant number

  • Applicant Name

  • Inventor Name

  • Inventor Country

  • Inventor Address

  • Filing office

  • PCT Application Number

  • PCT Publication number

The complete category has a drop-down box from which the individual has access to change the category. There is also a search box where the individual could enter the keyword of the patent that he wanted to view.

Through entering a query in more than one box, the individual could run very accurate patent searches. When the requisite keywords have been entered in the respective boxes, an individual is required to clear the captcha code.

Patent Information

When the code is entered, there are many relevant patent results for the patent search inquiry that the individual had entered. By picking an application, the document shall open with the Application Number, Title, Application Date and Status. The individual could get additional details relating to the patent by clicking on the Application Number, Title, Application Date and Status. By doing a patent search, the individual could find the following information regarding the patent:

  • Invention title

  • Publication Number

  • Publication Date

  • Publication Type

  • Application Number

  • Application Filing Date

  • Priority Number

  • Priority Country

  • Priority Date

  • Field of Invention

  • Classification

  • Inventor Name, Address, Country, Nationality

  • Applicant Name, Address, Country, Nationality

Also, there are is an Abstract and a complete specification of the Patent.

When each column is picked, the patent application’s specifics relating to that section could be known by the individual. When an individual picks an application number details like Invention Title, Publication number, date, type, etc, there are separate columns that provide the individual the inventor’s as well as the applicant’s Name, Address, Country, and Nationality.

Patent Status

There is an Abstract column which keeps a summary of the Indian patent Search application that the individual could view. Under this, there is a comprehensive specification that provides the details relating to the specification if the individual has stated any. At the end of this, there is a choice by means of which the individual could view the application status. When this was opened, the individual could get the application details.

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