Ashwini A. Kulkarni
Intellectual property is the creation of human mind, human intellect and hence called “Intellectual Property”. Intellectual property, although a hidden property is an important means of accumulating tangible wealth. It is remarkable that with every property comes the question of its protection and security. The Intellectual properties have different kinds of dangers. If tangible property can be stolen, an intellectual property has the fear of being pirated. Some of the common forms of intellectual property rights are Patent, Copyright, Trademark, Design, and Geographical indications etc. Intellectual property is in the nature of intangible or incorporeal property, which means, a property which has no physical appearance but exists only in the eye of law. Intellectual property rights encourage and inspire inventors and creators to apply their creative works for the benefits of society. It grants exclusive rights to the creator over creative and inventive work.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 140 - 145
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