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The rights granted to people over their creative works including inventions, literary and artistic productions, as well as symbols, names, and pictures used in commerce are known as intellectual property rights (IPR). Ideas, innovations, and creative expressions on the basis of which there is a public desire to grant the status of property are referred to as intellectual property rights (IPR). In order for the inventors or developers of that property to profit commercially from their creative endeavors or reputation, IPR grants them specific exclusive rights. There are various forms of intellectual property protection, including trademark, copyright, and patent. An innovation that satisfies the requirements of universal novelty, non-obviousness, and industrial use is given a patent. IPR is a requirement for improved invention or creative work identification, planning, marketing, and protection