Patent Filing Services in Thailand
Country :- Thailand | Capital :- Bangkok
Types of Major IP Rights
Patent Office
563 Nonthaburi Road Bangkrasor Muang Nonthaburi 11000 Thailand
Trademark Office
563 Nonthaburi Road Bangkrasor Muang Nonthaburi 11000 Thailand
Fact Sheet - PCT National Phase Thailand
Filing Deadline
Filing Extension Available
Filing Language
Translation Deadline
Form Requirement
Mode of Filing
30 Months
No
Thai
Upon Filing
POA (notarized)
Digital/Paper

Country :- Thailand | Capital :- Bangkok

Patent Office
563 Nonthaburi Road Bangkrasor Muang Nonthaburi 11000 Thailand
Trademark Office
563 Nonthaburi Road Bangkrasor Muang Nonthaburi 11000 Thailand
Types of Major IP Rights
The Invention Patent, The Utility Model Patent and The Industrial Design Patent.
Fact Sheet - PCT National Phase Thailand
Filing Deadline
Filing Extension Available
Filing Language
Translation Deadline
Form Requirement
Mode of Filing
30 Months
No
Thai
Upon Filing
POA (notarized), Statement of Applicant’s Right (only if the applicant is also the inventor)
Digital/Paper
Fees for Patent Activities in Thailand
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Filing fee
Examination fee
Fee for amendment
Grant and publication fee
Fee for reinstatement of rights
Fee for restoration of the right of priority
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800
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* All the fees mentioned here is in US Dollars

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* These fees are subject to change as per the discretion of the patent offices. Get in touch with us to know the exact fee.

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Q1. Term required for filing a patent application in Thailand ?
The term for filing a conventional patent application in Thailand is 12 months from the date of priority. It is not possible to restore the priority right and to file the application after the 12-month term.
Q2. What is the Duration of Patents of Thailand ?
The term of a patent is 20 years from the filing date. If a patent claims priority to a first-filed patent in a foreign country, then the 20-year term commences from the filing date of the first-filed foreign patent.
Q3. What are the Filing requirements in Thailand?
To obtain the date of filing for Thai patent application, it is necessary to submit Thai translation of the title, claims and abstract, full name(s) and address(es) of the applicant(s) and inventor(s); and the details of the priority application. The representative should be authorised to act on behalf of the applicant by the original of Power of Attorney. It should be notarized by the Notary Public; however, the legalisation is not required. The POA must be submitted simultaneously with filing or within 90 days from the date of filing by paying the fine.
Q4. How to examine a Thailand patent application?
The substantive examination should be requested and paid within five years from the publication of the patent application in Thailand. There are no provisions regarding acceleration of the examination; however, submission of the granted patent in any examining country may speed up the examination process. Besides, it is possible to file a request for use of the search and examination results from the ASPEC member-country, and thus expedite the examination process.
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