Application for a Patent and Requirements thereof
a.) application petition,
b.) description specifying the invention,
c.) claim covering the elements of the invention for which protection is sought,
d.) drawings referred to in the description, in the claim,
f.) receipt showing the payment of the application fee.
Inventions which are novel, which surpass the State-of-the-Art and which are applicable in industry shall be protected by patents.
Non-Patentable subject matter and Inventions
a.) Discoveries, scientific theories, mathematical methods,
b.) Plans, methods, schemes / rules for performing mental acts, for conducting business / trading activity, and for playing games.
c.) Literary and artistic works, scientific works, creations having an esthetic characteristic, computer programs.
d.) Methods involving no technical aspect, for collecting, arranging, offering/presenting and transmitting information/data.
e.) Methods of diagnosis, therapy and surgery applying to human or animal body.
Patent shall not be granted for inventions in respect of following subject matter.
a.) Inventions whose subject matter is contrary to the public order or to morality as is generally accepted.
b.) Plant and animal varieties / species or processes for breeding / plant or animal varieties / species, based mainly on biological grounds.