Registration Under the 2000 Design Act of India Requires Four Criteria

Design is protected by the Design Act, 2000 and is defined as ‘any design, configuration, pattern, ornament or composition of lines or colors applied to an article. An article can be two-dimensional or three-dimensional. For a design to be registered under the Act, the following criteria must be satisfied: Originality is essential.   2. It can be applied to an article. Thus, an article is an article of manufacture or substance, artificial or natural, and includes any component of an article capable of being manufactured or sold individually.   COMMERCIALS: Design elements must be capable of existing separately from the […]