What has to happen in order for the infraction of patent rights to occur? The term "patent right violation or contravention" must be understood completely in order to protect your patent rights against such violations by other parties.
Violation of patent rights takes place when a person or company sells the invention, uses the invention in a commercial manner or represent it as their own without having a prior agreement with the patent holder.
ßThe agreement can take the form of consent or be more comprehensive to ensure that the patent rights holder benefits commercially from the exploitation of the invention.
If someone else makes use of your invention without permission after you have been granted a patent right by the relevant authorities, it can be described as infringing upon patent rights or violation of the rights.
The ownership of the invention is held by the person or company for 20 years, which excludes the rights of others to use it, and therefore can be considered a monopoly. It is not a protective right, but rather an exclusivity right to give sole user rights to the owner.
Boundaries are given in the specifications that are shown in the documents for application. If these boundaries are set too broadly, there will be loopholes, or if they are set too narrowly, the boundaries will offer the opportunity for someone else to invent a similar product, and then market that product without reimbursing the original owner.
As such the description of the invention needs to be worded adequately so that it can protect your patent rights and make sure others are excluded from those rights.
To do so it is important that you use a lawyer to ensure a comprehensive and accurate description.
Contact us today to help you protect your rights against blatant infringement.