Intellectual Property Rights In India


In India, the use of works produced by the human mind is subject to legal restrictions known as intellectual property rights. These rights have just recently begun to be recognized and protected. Industrial property includes things like patents, designs, and trademarks. One’s rights as the author of a piece of literature or inventor of a technological advance in the industry include, among other things, the right to the exclusive use of one’s work and the right to profit from one’s innovation. A person’s Intellectual Property Rights include all the legal protections that come into being as a result of that person’s original creative work. Industrial property includes things like patents, utility models, industrial designs, trademarks, service marks, trade names, indications of source or appellations of origin, and the suppression of unfair competition; when copyrights, Geographical indicators, layout Designs, and confidential information were added to industrial property, they all became intellectual property in accordance with the International Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (Paris Convention).
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Dr. S. Parvathy,Dr. P. Pitchaimuthu,Dr. M. Umayavalli, Dr. P. Ramu

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