While you are willing to file the patent application form yourself, you will definitely need some guidelines to make your application for patent success. A bad or inferior quality patent application can get rejected if the patent issuing authorities are not satisfied or are unable to understand the need and importance of the invention. Hence, in this article you will be able to discover some of the features of a good patent application.
You patent application should be well divided and systematically made because it makes understanding of the invention easier and creates a good impression on the minds of persons responsible for issuing the patent. You should therefore, always chalk out how you would arrange the various elements of the patent application.
It is always advisable that you create a draft of your patent application. This helps you make the actual patent application in a better and systematic way. Arranging the contents of the patent is an important job as was written in this article on https://www.collegian.psu.edu/xpert_advice/article_1c0ae35e-1916-11e9-a355-13e0947b8cdc.html about arranging the patent application.
You should start with a brief introduction about your invention in the patent application form. The introduction helps the issuing authorities to understand the importance, the category, etc of the invention. Just a few sentences would be enough to do this task. It is very important to mention the related category of your invention.
Just for example, if you have invented a mobile phone accessory, you can mention that, “the invention is connected to mobile phones; more particularly it is an accessory of a mobile phone”. Patents are granted more easily if the invented item seems to become a very useful item. Hence, to make the authorities understand the usefulness, you must stress on mentioning the advantages of the invention. You can write the merits under sub-heads or points.
You must also explain the entire invention thoroughly and hence, give a detailed description of your invention. The description must be written in simple language so that it is easy to understand. Moreover, all descriptions should be supported by diagrams, wherever possible. Remember to draw your diagrams with fine nipped pen or pencil. There should be adequate clarity in the diagram and all the figures should be numbered.
Mentioning the uniqueness of your invention and what right in the invention do you want to protect legally should also be mentioned in the patent application. You must consult a patenting company, such as InventHelp or at least an intellectual property right’s law book before you make such claims.