Section 46 Indian Patents Act 1970

Section 46 of the Indian Patents Act 1970

Section 46 of the Indian Patents Act 1970 is about Form, extent and effect of patent. It is under CHAPTER VIII of the Act. CHAPTER VIII is titled GRANT OF PATENTS AND RIGHTS CONFERRED THEREBY.

(1) Every patent shall be in the prescribed form and shall have effect throughout India.

(2) A patent shall be granted for one invention only:

Provided that it shall not be competent for any person in a suit or other proceeding to take any objection to a patent on the ground that it has been granted for more than one invention.


See also:

Section 45 Indian Patents Act 1970 (Date of patent.)

See also  Section 61 Indian Patents Act

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