Thursday, 15 June 2017

How can I sell and file patent in Ireland, United Kingdom and other European countries 6a#u at World Patent Library?

Patent can be sold at World Patent Library and interact with millions of buyers. To profit from your Patent, here you can sell the patent, license usage rights, subscription or market the product yourself. 1. Take the one time Money 2. Licensing Patent Rights. 3. Self Help 4. Selling or Licensing Options 5. Direct Contact: Create a list of manufacturers and potential users of your invention/ patent. Patent can be sold, licensed, leased or rented at World Patent Library. Email at photonjournal@yahoo.com
You can sell Apps, Games, Websites,  and Software at World Patent Library.


Before you file patent in any country of world, you must ensure that your invention is not patented already. Failure to do so, your patent will loose powers, which it should have. You must submit an application at World Patent Library (photonjournal@yahoo.com) to get NOC (No Objection 
Certificate) before, you file patent application in any country. Along with NOC, you should file patent in choice of your countries. 


Before you approach prospective companies to sell your idea, be sure you have done homework clearly in the following areas: 

1. Know your market where you are applying invention idea. 

2. Do some legal legwork before you sell patent/ invention/ idea- Apply for UBN for your invention/ idea from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com UBN  is Universal Book Number  officially assigned and regulated by UABN : Universal Agency for Book Number. It will protect your authorship and ownership on invention/ idea, if any dispute arises in future. UBN is delivered in 24 hours. 

3. How much price should you set for your idea / invention/ patent? Cost Evaluation?
World Patent Library has expertise to estimate cost for your patent/ idea/ invention. You can Email at photonjournal@yahoo.com for 'cost evaluation', before you sell patent, invention or idea.


Yes, At least you should have UBN for your invention/ idea from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com
Obtaining a patent on your several inventions/ idea can be very expensive and time consuming process. Because of this, many companies will not purchase the rights to an idea or invention unless they know it is patented / UBN protected and no one else can sell the same invention. These are ways that you can sell your idea or invention without a patent. Idea without patent can be sold, licensed, leased or rented at World Patent Library and other platforms, If they are submitted with UBN (Universal Book Number)

Either move to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office or your concerned country for patent or file for UBN from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com till you file a provisional patent application. UBN  is Universal Book NumberUBN will help you to protect your data.

An intellectual property broker mediates between the buyer and seller of intellectual property (IP) and may manage the many steps in the process of creating a deal with regard to the purchase, sale, license, subscription or marketing of intellectual property assets. 'Intellectual property brokering' may include: patents, trademarks, or inventions (prototypes), photographs. Buyer, Seller and 
Mediator can register themselves as 'Patent Broker' with World Patent Library by Emailing at 
photonjournal@yahoo.com     along with their CV, photograph and contact information. 

Steps to Filing a Patent Application 1. Keep a Careful Record of Your Invention. Patenting Process takes time, so apply for for UBN from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com Get UBN (Universal Book Number) within 24 hours. It will be very helpful in Patent claims Patent Disputes and Patent Infringement2. Make Sure Your Invention Qualifies for Patent Protection. 3. Assess the Commercial Potential and market value of Your Invention. 4. Do a Thorough Patent Search at World Patent Library , by applying at photonjournal@yahoo.com Get 'NOC' (No Objection Certificate) from World Patent Library 5. Prepare and File an Application With the USPTO
Bienvenue dans la maison des innovateurs or concerned country you want. For 
international Patent, you must first apply for UBN from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com

Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. Intellectual property is divided into two categories: Industrial Property includes patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and geographical indications. Intellectual property can be patented or registered with UBN from UABN at 
ubnenquiry@gmail.com

To protect yourself, apply for UBN (Universal Book Number) from UABN at 
ubnenquiry@gmail.comy for your invention. Later you can file a provisional patent application (if your invention is patentable) or use a nondisclosure agreement UBN (if it is not patentable). Invention can be registered with World Patent Library by Emailing at photonjournal@yahoo.com and get certification

There are a few steps businesses can take to help prevent theft as they begin to share their ideas with others. 1. Avoid Revealing Too Much. 2. Use Non-Disclosure Agreements. Apply for 
UBN (Universal Book Number) from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com on your Idea 3. Apply for a Provisional Patent. 4. Trademark Your Name. 5. Research the Recipients.  Idea can be registered with World Patent Library by Emailing at photonjournal@yahoo.com and get certification, Later you can proceed with Patent filing.

The simple answer is Yes—you cannot patent an idea for an invention unless you have UBN. First get UBN (Universal Book Number) from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com on your Idea. The invention itself has to be produced or a patent application containing the invention must be filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) or your concerned country. While all inventions start with an idea, not every idea can be called an invention. Idea can be registered with World Patent Library by Emailing at 
photonjournal@yahoo.com   and get certification, Later you can proceed with Patent filing.

Yes, these are copyright protected material and can be sold at World Patent Library
I have important data from research done at Canada. Can I get copyright of it, and put it at World Patent Library.  Yes you can do so.


Foreign Patents can be searched at World Patent LibraryEmail at photonjournal@yahoo.com Once you get NOC (No Objection Certificate) from World Patent Libraryyou can move for international patents.


Copyrights protect expression and patents protects inventions, and neither protect ideas. Idea should be registered with UBN (Universal Book Number) from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com, so that you can claim copyright on your ideaIn both cases the idea is the first basic step, but without UBN there can be no intellectual property protection obtained and no exclusive rights will flow unto you. Once you obtain UBN on your Idea, it can be submitted to World Patent Library for your copyright hold and sale.  

A patent is a legal right granted by the UK Intellectual Property Office for a new invention. It allows the owner of the patent (the patentee) to take legal action against others who use his invention without his permission. Patent can be put on rent, lease and sale on World Patent Library

Yes, Technically, you can't patent an idea for a business unless you have UBN (Universal Book Number) from UABN at ubnenquiry@gmail.com for example, if you have a unique idea for an online store or unique medical devices. However, you may be able to protect and patent a method of doing business – if it meets very specific criteria and requirements by availing UBN (Universal Book Number).


World Patent Library promotes security, sale, purchase, License and protection of Patents, copyrights, design, and Intellectual Property Rights from Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan The Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Democratic Republic of the Congo Republic of the Congo Costa Rica Ivory Coast Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon The Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Holy See Honduras Hong Kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati North Korea South Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Oman Pakistan Palau Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda Samoa San Marino San Marino São Tomé and Príncip Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Saint Kitts Saint Lucia Saint Vincent Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe.

7.     Czech Patent Office
10.                        Cuban Patent Office
11.                        Danish Patent Office
12.                        European Patent Office
13.                        Finnish Patent Office
14.                        French Patent Office
15.                        Georgian Patent Office
16.                        German Patent Office
17.                        Greek Industrial Property Organisation
18.                        Hong Kong Patent Office
19.                        Hungarian Patent Office
20.                        Iceland Patent Office
21.                        Indian Patent Office
22.                        Indonesian Patent Office
23.                        Irish Patent Office
24.                        Israel Patent Office
25.                        Italian Patent Office
26.                        Japanese Patent Office
27.                        Korean Patent Office
28.                        Lithuanian Patent Office
29.                        Luxembourg Patent Office
30.                        Macedonian Patent Office
31.                        Malaysian Intellectual Property Division
32.                        Mexican Patent Office
33.                        Monaco Patent Office
34.                        Netherlands Patent Office
35.                        New Zealand Patent Office
36.                        Norwegian Patent Office
37.                        Peruvian Intellectual Property Office
38.                        Philippines Patent Office
39.                        Polish Patent Office
40.                        Portuguese Patent Office
41.                        Romanian Patent Office
42.                        Russian Patent Office
43.                        Singaporean Patent Office
44.                        Slovak Republic Patent Office
45.                        Slovenian Patent Office
46.                        Spanish Patent Office
47.                        Swedish Patent Office
48.                        Swiss Institute of Intellectual Property
49.                        Taiwan Patent Office
50.                        Thai Patent Office
51.                        United Kingdom Patent Office
52.                        United States Patent Office
53.                        World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)
54.                        World Trade Organisation (WTO)

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