Section 32 of the Indian Patents Act 1970 (Anticipation by public …)

Section 32 of the Indian Patents Act 1970

Section 32 of the Indian Patents Act 1970 is about Anticipation by public working. It is under CHAPTER VI of the Act. CHAPTER VI is titled ANTICIPATION.

An invention claimed in a complete specification shall not be deemed to have been anticipated by reason only that at any time within one year before the priority date of the relevant claim of the specification, the invention was publicly worked in India–

(a) by the patentee or applicant for the patent or any person from whom he derives title; or

(b) by any other person with the consent of the patentee or applicant for the patent or any person from whom he derives title, if the working was effected for the purpose of reasonable trial only and if it was reasonably necessary, having regard to the nature of the invention, that the working for that purpose should be effected in public.


See also:

Section 31 Indian Patents Act 1970 (Anticipation by public display, etc.)

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