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The term of a patent is the most extreme time during which it tends to be kept up within force. It is generally expressed in number of years either beginning from the filing date of the patent application or from the date of the grant of the patent. In most patent regulations, annuities must be consistently paid to keep the patent in force. In this way, a patent might pass before its term on the off chance that a recharging charge isn't paid in due time.

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