This article explores the intellectual property regimes in India and Australia, and how they have evolved over time to adapt to changing economic and technological conditions. The article also highlights the role of the respective constitutions in providing a legal framework for intellectual property protection, and how international agreements and treaties have influenced their IP laws.

Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights Overview under the Indian and Australian Constitution
Introduction Both India and Australia were part of the British Empire considered British “dominions,” with India gaining the status of a British colony in 1858 and, and Australia (being a collection of British colonies that were united into a federation) in 1901. The term “dominion” was used to des…

Ms. Abhilasha Semwal is Program and Process Manager at Sanrachna Foundation and Ms. Shivani Singh is a Legal Researcher - IP at Sanrachna Foundation.

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