Duty of Disclosure definition

Duty of Disclosure definition
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Patent Glossary: Duty of Disclosure

Duty of Disclosure is a requirement imposed on everyone involved in the patenting process so as to disclose all information to the patent examiner that may affect the granting of a patent.

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Definition: Duty of Disclosure - How do I file a patent application?

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Inventors need to learn how to patent their ideas - as it protects their invention and can provide opportunities for investment / licensing opportunities.
A patent is an exclusive right granted by the government (both U.S. and international) for an invention.
It provides protection for the invention to the owner of the patent for a limited period which varies from country to country.

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Patent Glossary / Inventing Business Dictionary - Define: Duty of Disclosure - 2004 HJ Ventures International, Inc.