Sweden 

Note: Inventa International does not operate directly in this jurisdiction. Instead, we rely on a long standing network of colleagues and agents to handle incoming service.

Paths to protection

Ways to protect your invention

Patents are a way of protecting your inventions. By filing a successful patent you will be awarded a monopoly to exploit your invention for a period of time.

National Patents are the most effective way of defending your invention if you only require protection in a single jurisdiction. If this is not enough for your needs, this country has signed international agreements on patents, which facilitate their internationalization:

PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty)

The PCT system allows simplified international patent applications which in turn eases national filings.

EPO (European Patent Organization)

EPO is responsible for the proceedings until grant of European Patent Applications.

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Discuss your Intellectual Property Protection strategy with us

If you need to protect your Intellectual Property abroad, through our Global Network of offices and associates, we can make your Intellectual Property assets expand to every nation you desire, ensuring full legal protection of your rights.

If you have further questions, we would be delighted to schedule a conference call and answer any questions you may have.

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Sweden

Patent Details and Timeframes

Priority claim

Available

Substantive Examination

Available

Body responsible for non-use cancellations

IP Office

Time until registration

Special Case

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Opposition Period

9 months

Use Requirement Period

Special Case

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National Filing Requirements

  •  Inventor(s) data.
  •  Patent title, abstract, description, claims and drawings.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Power of attorney from the licensee, simply signed.
  •  Deed of assignment, simply signed by the assignor and the assignee.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Certificate of Incorporation.
  •  Registration Certificate.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Certificate of Incorporation.
  •  Registration Certificate.
  •  Power of attorney from the licensee, simply signed.
  •  License Agreement signed by both parties.

Remarks: Patent Objection may be filed at any time during the proceeding. Patent Opposition may be filed by the same person who filed an objection after the patent's registration.

PCT Filing

  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Inventor(s) data.
  •  Patent title, abstract, description, claims and drawings.
  •  International Publication.
  •  International search report.
  •  International preliminary examination report.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Power of attorney from the licensee, simply signed.
  •  Deed of assignment, simply signed by the assignor and the assignee.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Registration Certificate.
  •  Certificate of change of address, legalized.
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Certificate of Incorporation.
  •  Registration Certificate.
  •  Power of attorney from the licensor and licensee, simply signed.
  •  License Agreement signed by both parties.

Remarks: PCT Patent Objection may be filed at any time during the proceeding. Patent Opposition may be filed by the same person who filed an objection after the patent's registration.

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