How to find out if your application for a patent is for a patented technology or not.
If you apply for a patents patent on a technology that is patented, you will be given a number that indicates whether you will need to provide further proof to support your application.
In some cases, your application may be granted by a patent court.
You should contact the patent court in the country where you are filing your application and discuss any further issues you may have.
The patent court will also send you a copy of your application, so it is important that you have a copy before you apply.
If your application is granted, you should send a copy to the company that is patenting the technology.
The company will then decide whether to award your patent.
The application must be for a technology, and not a generic technology.
Generic technologies generally include products that are sold for a limited time, such as watches and video games.
If the company is not patenting your invention, it will usually be worth sending a copy as a letter of intent, so that you can be sure you are receiving a letter.
You can also ask your local patent office if they can help you with your application process.
Find out more about patents and patent applications in the Intellectual Property section of our website.