Patent an Invention

How to Patent an Invention In order to patent an invention it has to be New, Inventive and Useful. This means that the invention has to be useful to agriculture and industry, involve an inventive step and fall within the categories of allowable inventions for South...

Patent Requirements in South Africa

Patent Requirements: A South African patent may be granted for an invention that is new (novel), inventive and useful. Novelty can never be determined conclusively, but an indication of the novelty of your invention may be found by conducting a patent search. South...

Patent an Idea

How to Patent an Idea Patent an idea with the help of patent Attorneys who deal exclusively with patent applications, PCT filings, patent searches and patent renewals in South Africa. The first step is to file a South African provisional patent application for your...

Patent Drawing Requirements

The patent drawing forms part of the patent application for the purpose of illustrating aspects of the invention and the various methods of functioning. The patent drawings can also indicate specific prior art or variations of the patent. Patent drawings commonly...

Patent Registrations in South Africa

Patent registrations may be granted to any invention that is new in all ways – this is known as absolute novelty, it must be useful on a practical level, and it must be inventive – that is to say that it must not be so similar to a previously available article that it...
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