Novelty: an Indian perspective

Defining novelty
The standards for meeting patentability criteria under the Patents Act 1970 are emphasised to reward the contributors of an invention. Among these criteria, novelty is a vital and absolute condition for patentability. An invention is considered ‘novel’ if it is not in the public domain anywhere in the world, and is analysed using existing expertise in the relevant field of technology.

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