Pintas-IPhouse Pte Ltd
Suite 12-14 Manhattan House,
151 Chin Swee Road,
Tel: +65-6250 2070
Fax: +65-6737 1805
Mobile: +65-9747 2579
Email: [email protected]
Established in 2001, Pintas Singapore has a long history of providing a full range of services relating to patents, trademarks, industrial design, copyrights, trade secrets and other forms of intellectual property-related matters.
Dedicated to assist Singaporean Companies to navigate their intellectual property transactions as they do business in Asean Countries, Pintas Singapore is committed to offering clients the expertise and knowledge on the Asean platform and global IP network.
Having an established presence on the ground enable Pintas Singapore to bring full weight of Global IP network combined with a deep sector of IP expertise and services to IP owner’s in Singapore.
IP Protection At Your Fingertips
Our company’s single-minded mission is to help you realize the value of your intellectual assets in the most effective and efficient ways.
Protects inventions that offer solutions to technical problems
Protects ornamental or aesthetic aspects of industrial products
Protects distinctive signs which identify certain goods or services
Singapore IP Protection
Learn more about Singapore Intellectual Property filing procedures and requirements
In Singapore, patent protection is obtainable by way of either entering the national phase of a Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) application or filing a direct national application.
The Singapore patent protection is governed by the Patents Act (Cap. 221).
2. Patentability Criteria:
A Singapore patent should satisfy the following criteria to claim protection:
involves an inventive step
capable of industrial application
3. Utility Innovations:
N/A in Singapore
√ – Paris Convention
√ – PCT
Singapore is a member of the Paris Convention from 1995, whereby applications from convention countries will be subject to the same priority date in Singapore. The application for priority has to be made within six months of the first application in a convention country.
Singapore is also a member of the PCT since 1995. An applicant who has made an international patent application may file and/or prosecute the patent application during its national phase entry into Singapore within 30 months from the filing date of the international application or from the earliest priority date of the application if a priority is claimed.
5. Rule of Priority:
“First to File” is the rule followed by Singapore in determining priority of Singapore patents.
The term of a Singapore patent is 20 years from the date of filing subject to the payment of renewal fees.
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