What are the criteria sought for Patents?

First of all, every invention cannot be protected by patent. In order for an invention to be protected by patent, it must be New, Applicable to Industry, and at a level that exceeds the Known State of the Technique that has existed to date.

In order for the invention to be considered as New, it must not have been made public, verbally or otherwise disclosed to the public before the patent application. If the invention refers to a situation in which a person skilled in the art can not easily think about it, it will be deemed to be known as described on

Which Inventions Cannot Be Patented?

Discovery, scientific theories, mathematical methods, plans, methods and rules related to the commercial and game activities of the mind, literary and artistic works, scientific works, creations with aesthetic qualities, computer software without technical character, compiling, organizing, presenting and transmitting the information.

Procedures without relevant technical aspects, methods of identification related to the human or animal body, inventions that are contrary to public order or general morality, plant and animal species or plant or animal breeding methods based on biological principles cannot be protected by a patent as stated on

The subject of the patent is invention and invention is the name of the solution to a technical problem. Patent; It is a legal document that provides its owner with the opportunity to use the invention economically in a positive way and to prohibit the use of others in the negative aspect and to protect 7 (Unexpected Patent), 10 (Useful Model) or 20 (Examination Patent) years.

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