Filing of a patent application in India requires several forms and signatures of inventors, applicant or authorised signatory and attorney/agent. If any one of the forms is not filed, it is considered a valid reason for revocation as well as rejection.
E.g., very few applicants know that Form-3 needs to be filed with the Indian patent office six months after notifying the patent office with the change in the status of the patent application in other countries.
Similarly, every country has its own requirements. Our worldwide associates ensure that all such compliances are done well in time preventing negative repercussions in future. Our team of experts will help you with Indian Patent Filing Procedures in the shortest period of time.