Patent validation is a requisite for making an invention patented. An inventor needs to go though various steps like patent filling, patent drafting to acquire the patent of his invention. Obtaining exclusive rights are a must for any invention, otherwise someone else can claim owners invention ass his and sale it, transfer it or import it.
Once an owner acquires patent from the government, he gets the exclusive rights of the invention and he is liable to use it, sell it, mortgage it or destroy it. The patent rights are valid only in the territorial boundaries and not in other countries. If an owner has validated his invention and some other person is using it, then the other person is involved in infringement of the law and he is liable to punishment by the government. Though patent validation is an arduous task, but an invention to get patented needs to go through this process.
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