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  • 1. PATENTS ACT 1970
  • 2. What is a Patent?
  • 3. Requirements for aninvention to be patentable
  • 4. Exemptions:
  • 5. APPLICATION• The Copyright Act, 1957 protects original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and cinematograph films and sound recordings from unauthorized uses. Unlike the case with patents, copyright protects the expressions and not the ideas. There is no copyright in an idea.
  • 6. Copyright subsists throughout India in the following classes of works:
  • 7. Procedure for registration of a work under the Copyright Act,1957
  • 8. Absolute ground for refusal of registration(SECTION 9)A mark shall not be registered as a trade mark if –a) It is of such nature as to deceive the public or cause confusion;b) It contains or comprises of any matter likely to hurt the religious susceptibilities of any class or section of the citizens of India;c) It comprises or contains scandalous or obscene matter;d) It’s use is prohibited under the Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act,1950 (12 of 1950 ).A mark shall no be registered as trade a mark if it consists exclusively of –a) The shape of goods which from the nature of goods themselves; orb) The shape of goods which is necessary to obtain a technical result; orc) The shapes which gives substantial value to the goods.
  • 9. Relative Grounds for refusal of registration (SECTION 12)1.Its identity with an earlier trademark and similarity of goods or services covered by the trademark. or2.Its similarity to an earlier trademark.
  • 10. Limitation as to colour.—a) A trade mark may be limited wholly or in part to any combination of colours and any such limitation shall be taken in to consideration by a tribunal having to decide on the distinctive character of the trade mark.b)So far as a trade mark is registered without limitation of colour, it shall be deemed to be registered for all colours.