In general, a patent application should only claim a single use of an invention. The simple answer is no, you can't patent an idea for an invention. The invention itself must be presented in the USA. In the U.S., or a patent application containing the invention must be filed in the U.S.
UU. In addition, depending on applicable patent law, you may be required to submit various types of statements, statements, or supporting documents to a patent office. Novelty and absence of obviousness are determined by searching for other patents, patent applications or publications related to the invention, collectively referred to as patented art. Unlike selling or transferring a patent to a third party, the licensor still has the ownership rights to the patented invention.
However, the primary responsibility for monitoring, identifying, and taking action against patent infringers lies with the patent owner. The owner of a patent has the right to decide who can or cannot use the patented invention during the period in which the invention is protected. Any co-owner of a patent, no matter how small the partial interest, can manufacture, use, offer for sale and sell and import the invention for their own benefit, provided that it does not infringe the patent rights of another person, regardless of the other owners, and can sell the share or a part of it, or grant patent licenses to third parties, regardless of the other co-owner. These pages provide guidance on filing a patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A patent is granted by a national patent office or by a regional office that carries out the task for several countries. However, you should think carefully about using this strategy, because disclosing your invention before filing a patent application will considerably limit your chances of obtaining patent protection. If you decide to patent your invention abroad, you should also consider the official filing fees for each country in question, translation costs and the costs of using local patent agents, something that in many countries is a requirement for foreign applicants. This means that, in certain regions, you can obtain a regional patent at a regional patent office, which is valid in some or all of its member states.
A patent license agreement consists of the licensor's promise not to sue the licensee for patent infringement. These phrases have no legal effect, but only indicate that a patent application has been filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office or WIPO. The length of time this procedure takes means that, on occasion, the patent owner will not be able to enjoy his right for a considerable period of time after the patent has been granted. Plant patents protect by patent any new and distinct plant variety reproduced asexually.
In other words, patent protection means that the invention cannot be manufactured, used, distributed, imported or sold for commercial purposes by third parties without the consent of the patent owner.