Patent FAQ's.

A patent does not give the inventor any right to sell the invention. Your product may infringe earlier rights, in which case you may need permission from others to sell your product.

A patent is also not a guarantee of commercial success – it is a tool which allows the patent owner or patentee to prevent others from making, using or selling the same invention, but a great deal of effort is normally required to bring a successful product to market, whether or not a patent has been granted.

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