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quote: Requirements to Patent an InventionIs my idea patentable?Conditions for Obtaining a PatentIf you want your idea to be patented, you need to meet three legal requirements:1. Novelty - meaning that the technology is not "anticipated" or identical to an invention disclosed in a single piece of prior art.2. Non-Obviousness - meaning that the technology must be different enough from the prior art so as to not be obvious in view of the prior art.3. Utility - meaning that the invention must have a useful purpose. Virtually all inventions meet the utility requirement which has largely been used to prevent the patenting of "quack" inventions such as perpetual motion machines.A patent cannot cover a pure law of nature or a business idea.