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A patent is a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention. It includes several official forms as well as a patent specification. A patent specification consists of a concise yet all-encompassing description of the invention and, in some cases, patent claims defining the scope of protection afforded by the patent when it is granted. It is crucial how the patent specification is written, interpreted and if all legal formalities are complied with. Particular care must be taken in preparing the application forms and drafting the patent specification. It is thus advisable to use a well qualified and skilled draftsman to obtain the best possible protection from any eventual patent.
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Once all preliminary issues have been dealt with, e-mail the following documents to your patent attorney:
Once your patent attorney received the required documents, the specification will be drafted and sent to you for comment and approval. You will have two opportunities to make changes to the specification. Thereafter, the specification is finalized, and your patent attorney will file the application.
Once the Patent Office provide the filing receipt and patent application number, you will receive proof of filing within 3 days.
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