Industrial design registration

Registration of industrial design in Shahriar

Industrial design is the characteristics of the shape and structure or the role and decoration used in a product through an industrial process that makes the product attractive and adds to the commercial value and marketability of a product. If you want to register an industrial design in Shahriar, contact our experts. The Ministerial Registration and Legal Institute specializes in registering industrial projects in the western region of Tehran, especially in Shahriar.

Registration of industrial design in Mallard and Andisheh

Contact us to register an industrial design in Mallard and Andisheh. An industrial design can be registered when it is new or original. Certainly such forms should not be similar to those found in nature, otherwise they would not be innovative. These forms may also be patented. If the different designs of car tires to prevent cars from slipping are better than before, it may be patented and in addition it may be registered as a trademark.

In which areas does the Registration and Legal Institute of Ministers register an industrial design?

In addition to the mentioned areas in the cities of Safadasht, Robat Karim, Parand, Parandak, Islamshahr, Chahardangeh, Golgun, Adran, Ferdis, Haft Joi, Sabshahr, Golestan, Baghistan, Khademabad, Qala Mir, Simin Dasht, Fatah, Tehransar, special road, Wardavard also offers industrial design registration services to you dear ones.

Additional information about industrial design registration

To begin with, it is better to look at the law to see how it speaks about the industrial design. The law passed in 2007 states: “Any combination of lines or colors and any three-dimensional shape with or without lines, colors, in such a way as to alter the composition or shape of an industrial product or handicraft product.” It is an industrial design. “In an industrial design, only access to a technical result without a change of appearance is not subject to the protection of this law.” We can draw two points from this law.

In industrial design, there must be an innovation with a combination of colors and lines, and it must have a practical application. In other words, if our design is innovative but has no practical application or is unusable, it can not be registered as an industrial design.

The second point is that the design must have an apparent innovation, if our innovation is only in the technical function of a device, it can not be registered. In a simple example, if we design a pen that makes writing faster, but apparently no different from other pens, we can not record it.


All this means that the law in the industrial design has paid attention only to the appearance and aesthetic aspects. It is true that any company that seeks to change products or even produce a new product in order to adapt to the market, make more profit in the face of lower costs and ease of transportation, is both thinking about the aesthetic discussion of the product and seeking more efficiency for it. But it is not seen in the law of the second part. So if we want to register an industrial design, we have to think about changes in its appearance and not better performance.