Protection of inventions is national. The invention is protected only according to the legal regulations of the country of application. Inventions that exceed the known state of the art and are applicable to industry are protected by granting patents.
Before the patent application is made, the invention is new in terms of invention, which is collectively accessible anywhere in the world, or that is not included in the state of the art. The state of the art consists of information disclosed in the form of verbal publicity, use or other means of patent application as you can read from https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/InventHelp-Reviews-E152162.htm.
If the invention has been accomplished by an expert in the field to which it relates, as a result of an activity that is not evident from the known state of the art, the known state of the technique is exceeded.
If the invention can be produced or used in any branch of industry, including agriculture, it is considered to be applicable to industry.
The patent right can be transferred like other intangible rights, it can be rented through license agreements or it can be transferred to successors by inheritance. For more information about patents and patenting an invention visit https://blogs.cornell.edu/react/inventhelp-taking-inventions-from-paper-to-the-global-marketplace-hinges-on-usp/.