How Do I Get My Invention Patented in UK?

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The first step to getting your invention patented in the UK is conducting an online worldwide patent search to find out if your idea has already been patented. The next step is to make a patent application at the UK patent office and the invention is vetted by the Intellectual Property Office. The cost of patenting varies greatly, depending on the complexity of the draft and the payment is only made after the patent is granted.
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To get your invention patented in the UK, first have an approved trademark and copyright on your product. The government is the only body that can give patent on your product. As for getting the approval, the following things should be well taken care of. The product should be unlike anything else on the market. It should be safe and harmless and should contribute effectively to your target market.
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