Register Your Commercial Patent in Chile Quickly & Securely

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What is it?

The service specializes in assisting individuals and businesses in registering their commercial patents in Chile. Navigating the complex requirements and legal framework, the service ensures that your intellectual property is protected efficiently and effectively. It includes consultation, document preparation, submission, and follow-up until your patent is officially registered.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for inventors, entrepreneurs, startups, and established businesses that have created new products or technologies and need to protect their intellectual property in Chile. Whether you are in the fields of technology, chemistry, pharmaceuticals, or any other industry where innovation is key, securing your patents is essential for safeguarding your competitive edge and ensuring legal protection against potential infringements.


  1. Step 1: Initial Consultation - Discuss your invention and business needs with our experts.
  2. Step 2: Document Preparation - Gather and prepare all required documents based on the consultation.
  3. Step 3: Submission - Submit the complete patent application to the appropriate Chilean authorities.
  4. Step 4: Follow-Up - Track the application process and respond to any inquiries from the patent office.
  5. Step 5: Approval and Registration - Receive confirmation of your patent registration and secure your intellectual property.

Required documents

  • Invention Disclosure Form - Obtain through consultation with our experts.
  • Technical Drawings and Descriptions - Detailed illustrations and written explanations of the invention.
  • Proof of Identity - Copies of your personal identification documents.
  • Power of Attorney - If someone else is representing you, this document must be notarized.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Professional translation services may be required if documents are not in Spanish.
  • Consultation fees and government filing fees are separate costs.
  • Estimated processing time varies; our services expedite where possible.
  • Ensure all documents comply with Chilean intellectual property laws to avoid delays.


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