Evolution and development of patent
NEW DELHI :-The first patent in the world was granted in 1474 Venice, followed by legislation of monopoly in England in 1624, followed by patent law in France in 1791, followed by several European countries to enact patent laws between 1800 – 1882.
There was a global settlement in Paris in 1883, not including the Third World today, followed by Brussels in 1900, Washington in 1911, The Hague in 1925, London in 1934, Libson in 1958, Stockholm in 1967.
In Slave India, the British created the Patent and Design Act in 1911, in this Act, patents were arranged.
A year later, the Medical Council Act was enacted in the province of Mumbai and the Engine Medical Degrees Act was enacted at the central level in 1916, thus on the one hand education and education and medical practice of allopathic was done legally and on the other hand India Arrangements were made to control the production, trade, import of allopathic medicines.
After 23 years of independence, a new patent law was enacted in 1970, in which the product patent was abolished. Since then, the allopathic pharmaceutical industry has grown rapidly and India has become a war exporting country. India is a major player of generic medicine in India. It costs less to make medicine.
In order to collect the details of patents and trademarks of different countries, the 1994 WTO convention provided that the same law of patents should be the same law in the whole world. The new form of communism is a universal proclamation. Has to accept contraction of sovereignty.
In 1999, the Government of India made the first amendment to the Act of 1970 and provided for marketing privileges. Under this, if a product patent is obtained in any drug manufacturing country, then the mail box system has to be established and the applications received will have to be discussed.
In 2002, the law was amended again and 64 new provisions were added which are related to the promises of patentist and special rights.
The following year a new bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha, which was automatically repealed due to dissolution of the Lok Sabha in 2004. At the end of last year, on 26 December 2004, the government issued an ordinance.
This ordinance was brought in compliance with the TRIPS Agreement of the WTO. In the following year, the place of this ordinance was introduced by the Lok Sabha on 22 March in the Rajya Sabha on 22 March with amendments on 23 March. The Act was renamed the Patent Amendment Act 2005.
Patent and copyright law in India has been prevalent since before independence, independent law was introduced in independent India in 1970 but revolution in India in the world of patent and copyright. Neem Basmati & Turmeric patent was withdrawn from America in 1996, after this India Government made aware for the development and management of in intellectual property.
Thousands of applications are applied for patents and copyrights in present-day India but still in India product patents.
This is the reason why the government is lagging behind developed countries, the government needs to make the process of patent and copyright easy and awareness campaign.