Desgin Law

The Indian Designs Act is a complete code in itself, protects the novel and original design on a finished article which appeals to and is judged solely by the eye. The followings can be registered under the act:

  • features of shape, configuration, pattern, ornament or composition of lines or colours
  1.  The proprietor of the design act has the exclusive right to make, sell, and use articles that embody the protected design.
  2.  The Protection term for a registered design is in for 10 years and can be renewed once for next 5 years before the expiry of 10 years, in the compliance of the act.
  3.  The copyright in design is given as per the international classification.



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