Preparing a response to Patent examination report in India

During patent examination, the patent office will perform a search for similar technologies and review the patent application to ensure it is in compliance with the patent law in India.

All the objections raised during the examination stage will be provided in an examination report.

The applicant, or their patent agent, needs to respond to the examination report within 6 months (9 months with extension). Failure to respond can lead to the patent application getting abandoned.

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- Initial Consultation: Understand your invention and the concerns raised in the Examination Report.
- Detailed Analysis: In-depth examination of the objections or requirements set forth in the Report.
- Drafting Response: Crafting a legally sound and persuasive response, tailored to the specifics of your case.
- Review and Revision: Collaborative review process to refine the response.
- Submission Assistance: Ensuring correct and timely submission to the Indian Patent Office.

- Government fees (if applicable) is not included and is additional.
- Additional legal representation (if required post-response).

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Patent Examination Report? A document issued by the Indian Patent Office after reviewing a patent application, outlining any objections or requirements for the patent to be granted.

  • Why is responding to the Examination Report crucial? A well-prepared response can overcome the objections, leading to the grant of your patent. Failure to respond adequately can result in the rejection of your patent application.

  • How long do I have to respond? The response must typically be filed within 6 months from the issuance date of the Examination Report.

  • Can I extend the response deadline? Extensions is available for 3 additional months, with payment of extension fees.