What’s the Service Invention?
The following inventions belong to service invention:
1, the invention made in execution of the duties assigned by the entity to which he belongs;
2, the invention made in execution of any task, other than his own duty, which was assigned to him by the entity to which he belongs;
3, the invention made within one year from his retirement, resignation or from termination of his employment or human resources relationship with the entity to which he previously belonged, where the invention relates to his own duty or the other task assigned to him by the entity to which he previously belonged, but except new varieties of plans which are subject to other provisions made by the state;
4, the invention made mainly by using the money, equipment, spare parts, raw material or technical materials which are not disclosed to the public of the entity he belongs to; but except there is an agreement on returning funding or fees for the usage to the entity to which he belongs, or using the material technical means of the entity to which he belongs merely for verification or testing upon completion.