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In order to compete in this tough environment, businesses need to innovate. Even though through an invention a business can achieve an edge over other, if it does not protect it accordingly then its intellectual property might see another owner. This is why it is vital to obtain a patent. More than 80 countries in the world use the Eurasian patent system.

To understand the patent registration process in EURASIA, let us discuss it in detail.

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Patent registration services in Eurasia

Every country in Eurasia follows a first-to-file system. You need to obtain a patent as soon as possible so that you can attain legal rights over your invention. To register a patent in Eurasia, the applicant can file an application online through the Eurasian Patent Organization (EAPO)

Types of Patents

Types of Patents in Eurasia

Eurasia grants a patent to any invention that is new and revolutionary, be it technological or through a process. There are two different types of patents in Eurasia, including utility patent and invention patent. To ensure successful patent registration, there are several requirements that you must understand beforehand. These include:

Inventive: This means that any average person must not deem the invention as being obvious. It can also include the design of your invention. This will ideally include a prototype as well, along with illustrations and drawings of the invention.

Novelty: If the invention is not new, it will not be eligible to obtain a patent. It should be something that no one knew of except the inventor at the time of filing. 

Utility/Industrially applicable: The industries should be able to apply or use the invention easily. The invention should also do what it claims as its function.

There are different inventions that are not eligible for a patent, which include mathematical algorithms or models, mental concepts or processes, artistic creations, plans or schemes, computer programs, principles or theories, treatment related to animals and humans, and plant varieties.

There are two types of patents:

  • Utility Patent: These patents have all the technical information and know-how for the invention, which can be a machine, process, or system.
  • Design Patent: Difficult to search due to its nature (lack of usage of words), design patents include pictures and drawings/illustrations, the overall outlook of the invention. 

How to register a Patent in Eurasia?

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Before filing the application, the first thing to do is to conduct an extensive search for the types of patents and the availability. This will also enable you to understand the possible rejections for patent applications. If a search is not conducted, you risk being rejected by the office due to inaccurate filings. You should take help of a registered attorney if you are new.

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To register for a patent in Eurasia, the application and all of its content are recommended to be in Russian, but if the application is filed in any other language, then a translation must be provided within two months. An additional two months can be granted by paying a fee. The application requirements are:

  • The application fees;
  • A request for patent grant
  • Specifications and details of the patent;
  • Company details (where applicable)
  • Drawings (when necessary, for example a design);
  • Priority document (A certified copy of the priority document should be provided to the EAPO within 16 months)
  • Power of Attorney.
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Once the formal requirements are completed and all required documents are submitted, the Patent Office will issue a formal and legal examination notice. The request for substantive examination should be filed within six months from publication of a Eurasian patent application. This term may be extended for two months by paying extra fees.

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If the application gets accepted there are no objections from any party, it gets published in the Official Gazette. This is done for 90 days.  Publication fees must be paid within four months from issuance of the decision to grant a Eurasian patent.

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Any opposing party can file an opposition against the patent application. The applicant must provide proofs of arguments before the authority in due time to avoid cancellation.  

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If the objections are handled and there are no more issues, the patent gets granted and a notice of allowance is given to the applicant. 

The entire patent process takes around 2-4 years but depending on how you handle the application and how complex your invention is, the duration may increase.

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Price of Patents

Patent registration cost in Eurasia

The cost of obtaining a patent may vary depending on how complex your invention is the number of legalities involved. The cost of obtaining a patent in Eurasia ranges from $500 to $3000. 

Age of Patents

How long does a patent last in Eurasia?

Patents in Eurasia are valid for 20 years from the date of filing. Upon publication of the patent, the maintenance fees are paid only to the Eurasian Patent Office rather than in each designated country. The term for payment of annual fees differs from state to state. In Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan the annual maintenance fees are payable starting from the third year of the Eurasian patent’s validity. In Armenia, they are payable from the second year. In Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan, they are payable from the first year.

At Patent International, we provide hassle-free Patent services catered to your needs, in compliance with the international requirements and standards. Patent registration in Eurasia doesn’t have to be complicated, and that’s why Patent International is here to assist with all of your intellectual property needs. 

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