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Patent Registration Procedure

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Patent in Bangladesh

An application for a patent may be made by any Bangladeshi or any foreigner, and by alone or jointly with any other person. The application must be made to the Department of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks (DPDT) in the prescribed form. The application must contain a declaration that the applicant is in possession of an invention, whereof he, or in the case of a joint application one at least of the applicants, claims to be the true and first inventor or the legal representative or assign of such inventor and for which he desires to obtain a patent, and must be accompanied by complete specification

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Patent application in Bangladesh can be filed in two categories

1. Ordinary Applications | 2. Convention Application

Ordinary Application

An ordinary patent application is an application that is filed with the Bangladesh Patent Office without claiming priority from any other application under process with any other Patent Office.

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Convention Application

Convention application (claiming priority from a convention country) is an application that is made in Bangladesh within twelve months from the date of an application made in a convention country, whether claiming single or multiple priorities from such application.

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Laws & Act

DEVELOPMENT OF PATENT LAW IN BANGLADESH

The Patents and Designs Act, 1911, is the law in force in Bangladesh on patents and designs which was enacted in 1911, during the British colonial age, along with other provinces of Indian sub‐continent, mainly on the basis of the principles laid down in the British Statute of Monopolies, Patents, Design and Trade Marks Act, 1883 and Patents and Designs Act, 1907. The laws relating to patents and designs have, therefore, been consolidated in a single enactment in Bangladesh, namely, the Patents and Designs Act, 1911. The Act is divided into three parts. In part I laws relating to patents, in part II laws relating to designs and in part III general provisions have been included. In some countries, two separate acts prevail for patents and designs respectively. In India, a separate Patents Act was enacted in 1970 and the provisions relating to designs continue to be governed by the provisions of the Patents and Designs Act, 1911, and for the purpose suitable amendments by way of omission, addition, substitution etc. were made in the Patents and Designs Act, 1911, by the Patents Act, 1970 (Act 39 of 1970).

The law commission report in 2003 opined that it would be convenient to keep the provisions relating to both patents and designs in one enactment as in the present Act.

Patent Filing Cost

Fees

Ordinary Application

$50

Convention Application

$155

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