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No, as per Indian patent act, 1970. section 3(k) a mathematical or business methods or a computer program per se or algorithms are not patentable.


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Simply stated, there is no way to protect your idea other than keeping it a secret. Even then, if someone else discovers the invention independently, they can file for a patent and if they do so before you and it gets granted, they will own the invention. You can file a provisional patent application for a low cost which will give you a year to raise funds ...


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You can keep the idea/concept/invention confidential until you have enough money to file a patent. People with no previous background who write and file their own patents do not often end up with the protection they desired but it is possible for you to make a serious study of patent law and patent office procedures. I recommend David Pressman's Patent It ...


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Does every patent invalidity search is conducted to overcome the threat of infringement suits imposed by their competitors? The purpose of the invalidity search is to evaluate the validity and enforceability of a patent’s claims and reaffirm a protection from future litigation's. It is also done to protect future interests, suppose a company is in a ...


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When you talk to a lawyer, be sure to ask him to explain to you 1. The law of limitation 2 Equitable concept of delay and laches Also examine what non legal remedies you could persue. Regards Ashok


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I am a lawyer, and the other poster is correct. You should find an intellectual property attorney and have a conversation.


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