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Patents
5.
Patent enforceability
5.1
What makes a patent unenforceable?
Indonesia

Answer ... A patent may become unenforceable if its term of protection expires or if it is deleted partially or entirely as a result of:

  • failure by the patent holder to pay the annuities due;
  • submission of a voluntary deletion application by the patent holder to the DGIP;
  • a final and binding decision issued by the commercial court; or
  • a decision of the Patent Appeal Commission.

For more information about this answer please contact: Dewi Soeharto from Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
5.2
What are the inequitable conduct standards?
Indonesia

Answer ... The Patent Law includes no provisions on inequitable conduct standards.

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5.3
What duty of candour is required of the patent office?
Indonesia

Answer ... No duty of candour exists under the Patent Law.

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