IPR Law -
Intellectual Property Rights
The Protection of Plant Variety and Farmers Right Act, 2001 (PPVFR
Act) protects plant varieties, rights of farmers and plant breeders. It also aims to encourage
the development and cultivation of new plant varieties.
What is a plant variety?
Plant variety is a legal term. It is a grouping of plants within a botanical term of the lowest known rank (except micro-organisms). It can be of any of the following types-
For a plant to qualify for registration under the act, it has to be judged as one of these -
Our competent team understands the subject and can manage various aspects such as managing registration & protection of clients' legal rights and handling disputes, defamation, and unfair competing claims.