Patents

An invention is the outcome of an individual(s)’ mind that produces a certain product or a process for the first time and provides for a solution to a specific problem in a certain line of specialty, technique, technology, industry and the like.

An invention shall be patentable if it includes a new innovation, and is industrially applicable. An innovation includes anything that has not been anticipated by prior art and would not be obvious to a person having ordinary skills in the art. An invention shall be considered industrially applicable if it may be made or used in a given line of industry. “Industry” may be construed in the broadest meaning of the word and shall include handicrafts, agriculture, fishery and services as well.