The owner of a Eurasian patent shall have the exclusive right to use, and also to authorize the use or prohibit others from using, the patented invention. The Eurasian Office shall grant a Eurasian patent for any invention that is new, involves an inventive step and is industrially applicable. The extent of the legal protection conferred by a Eurasian patent shall be determined by the claims. The description and drawings shall serve only to interpret the claims. The Eurasian application shall relate to one invention only or to a group of inventions so linked as to form a single inventive concept. The Eurasian application shall disclose the subject matter of the invention in a manner sufficiently clear and complete for the invention to be carried out by a person skilled in the art.

The following shall not be recognized as inventions: discoveries; scientific theories and mathematical methods; presentation of information; methods of economic organization and management; symbols, schedules and rules, including rules of games; methods for performing mental acts; algorithms and computer programs; topographies of integrated circuits; projects and plans for structures and buildings and for land development; solutions concerning solely the outward appearance of manufactured goods and aimed at satisfying aesthetic requirements; plant varieties and animal breeds; topology of integrated circuits.

The term of a Eurasian patent shall be 20 years from the filing date of the Eurasian application. The maintenance fees shall be payable in each of the years following the grant of the Eurasian patent by the date corresponding to the filing date of the Eurasian application.

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