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I. The definition of an invention
The provisions of the Industrial Property Law do not define the invention as such. Instead, they describe patentable inventions. Patents are granted regardless of the field of technology for inventions which are new, involve and inventive step, and are capable of industrial application.
An invention should be a solution technical in nature, i.e. involve a method of affecting the matter, both animate and inanimate, with the purpose of accommodating practical human needs.
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