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What is Trademark Registration?

A Trademark is typically a name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, image or a combination of these to distinguish a company's products and services from those of others. It is also used as a marketing tool to create awareness and recognition of products or services among customers.

Trademark Registration Process
  • Classification of goods and services
  • Filing of trademark application to the registry and obtain acknowledgement
  • Follow up with the registry for registration

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A trademark is the intellectual property of its holder and ownership of a trademark flows from the business usage of the trademark. A company/individual should register the trademark in order to possess the complete ownership of the mark and to protect the same from misuse by another person/business entity. Only if the trademark is registered, the owner gets the legal rights to take action against people or companies who infringe on their trademark. Under trademark, goods and services are categorised into 45 classes. It is very important to identify the class in which the goods/servicesfit into and file an application under the relevant class. If a trademark is used for goods and services under different classes, separate applications are required to be filed under each class to get protection of trademark for the respective goods and services.

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Documents requried for Trademark regsitration

The first step in the Trademark registration procedure is filing of Trademark registration application in TM-1. After receiving of the acknowledgement of fee paid the applicant can use the symbol TM along with the applied mark. A trade mark application can be filed only through a trade mark agent or through a trade mark attorney.

Second step in the Trademark registration procedure is issuance of examination report by the Trademark office.Upon receipt of Trademark registration application, the Registrar issues an examination report after examining the application. Applications are examined to ensure that they comply with the requirements of the law and that they do  not conflict with marks which are already registered, or which are the subjects of earlier pending applications.

Third step in the Trademark registration procedure is the publication of the mark in the Trademark journal. If the  Registrar consider the mark as a distinctive mark or after the removal of the objections, if any, raised by the Registrar he may cause the application to be advertised in Trademark journal. If no opposition to the mark is filed within 90 days from the date of publication, or 120 days if request for extension of time is given to the opponent and opposition is refused, mark proceeds for the acceptance of Registration.

Fourth step in the Trademark registration procedure is the issuance of Trademark registration certificate. After the application for Registration of Trademark is accepted by the Registrar, the Registrar shall issue to the applicant a Certificate of  Registration under the seal of the Trademark Registry.

If there is no objection and /or opposition raised, the process of Registration of Trademark usually takes 15 to 18 months.

Why Trademark Registration?

  • Brand Creation

  • Separate Identity

  • Easy to Sell online

  • Advertisement benefits

Documents Required for Trademark Registration

Trademark Application
Legal Documents
Classification of goods/services
High resolution logo

Frequently Asked Questions

It is provided under the Trade Marks Act,1999 that goods and services are classified according to the International Classification of goods and services. Currently schedule IV of the Act provides a summary of list of such goods and services falling in different classes which is merely indicative. The Registrar is the final authority in the determination of the class in which particular goods or services fall. The Schedule IV of the Act is annexed at the end of this questionnaire on trade marks. For detailed description of other goods and services please refer to the International Classification published by WIPO or contact the local office for assistance.
The register of trade mark currently maintained in electronic form contains interalia the trade mark the class and goods/ services in respect of which it is registered including particulars affecting the scope of registration of rights conferred; the address of the proprietors; particulars of trade or other description of the proprietor; the convention application date (if applicable); where a trade mark has been registered with the consent of proprietor of an earlier mark or earlier rights, that fact.
If it is a word it should be easy to speak, spell and remember. The best trademarks are invented words or coined words or unique geometrical designs. Please avoid selection of a geographical name, common personal name or surname. No one can have monopoly right on it. Avoid adopting laudatory word or words that describe the quality of goods (such as best, perfect, super etc.) It is advisable to conduct a market survey to ascertain if same/similar mark is used in market.
Any person, claiming to be the proprietor of a trademark used or proposed to be used by him, may apply in writing in prescribed manner for registration. The application should contain the trademark, the goods/services, name and address of applicant and agent (if any) with power of attorney, the period of use of the mark. The application should be in English or Hindi. It should be filed at the appropriate office.
For filing new applications there are prescribed forms depending on the nature of application such as Form TM-1, TM-2, TM-3, TM-8, TM-51 etc. Fees: Rs.4000/- To file a Notice of Opposition to oppose an application published in the Trade Marks Journal (FormTM-5). Fees: Rs. 2,500/- for each class covered For Renewal of a Regd. trademark (Form TM-12 ). Fees: Rs.5,000/- Surcharge for belated renewal (Form TM-10).Fees: Rs. 3,000/- Restoration of removed mark (Form TM-13) Fees: 5,000/- Application for rectification of a registered trademark (Form TM-26) Fees: Rs. 3,000/- Legal Certificate (Form TM-46) (Providing details of en
The register of trademark currently maintained in electronic form contains inter alia the trademark the class and goods/ services in respect of which it is registered including particulars affecting the scope of registration of rights conferred; the address of the proprietors; particulars of trade or other description of the proprietor; the convention application date (if applicable); where a trademark has been registered with the consent of proprietor of an earlier mark or earlier rights, that fact.
Yes. But the basic principle is that the trademark applied for should not be substantially altered affecting its identity. Subject to this changes are permissible according to rules detailed in the subordinate legislation.
A trademark (popularly known as brand name) in layman’s language is a visual symbol which may be a word signature, name, device, label, numerals or combination of colours used by one undertaking on goods or services or other articles of commerce to distinguish it from other similar goods or services originating from a different undertaking. The legal requirements to register a trademark under the Act are: The selected mark should be capable of being represented graphically (that is in the paper form). It should be capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one undertaking from those of others. It should be used or proposed to be used mark
Under modern business condition a trademark performs four functions 1. It identifies the goods / or services and its origin. 2. It guarantees its unchanged quality 3. It advertises the goods/services 4. It creates an image for the goods/ services.
It identifies the actual physical origin of goods and services. The brand itself is the seal of authenticity. It guarantees the identity of the origin of goods and services. It stimulates further purchase. It serves as a badge of loyalty and affiliation. It may enable consumer to make a life style or fashion statement.
The registration of a trademark confers upon the owner the exclusive right to the use the trademark in relation to the goods or services in respect of which the mark is registered and to indicate so by using the symbol (R), and seek the relief of infringement in appropriate courts in the country. The exclusive right is however subject to any conditions entered on the register such as limitation of area of use etc. Also, where two or more persons have registered identical or nearly similar marks due to special circumstances, such exclusive right does not operate against each other.
Any name (including personal or surname of the applicant or predecessor in business or the signature of the person), which is not unusual for trade to adopt as a mark. - An invented word or any arbitrary dictionary word or words, not being directly descriptive of the character or quality of the goods/service. - Letters or numerals or any combination thereof. - The right to proprietorship of a trademark may be acquired by either registration under the Act or by use in relation to particular goods or service. - Devices, including fancy devices or symbols - Monograms - Combination of colors or even a single color in combination with a word or device
(1) The national statues i.e., the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and rules made thereunder . (2) International multilateral convention. (3) National bilateral treaty. (4) Regional treaty. (5) Decision of the courts. (6) Office practice reduced in Manuals and guidelines and rulings of the Courts (7) Decision of Intellectual Property Appellate Board. (8) Text books written by academician and professional experts.
Yes. It can be removed on application to the Registrar on prescribed form on the ground that the mark is wrongly remaining on the register. The Registrar also can suo moto issue Notice for removal of a registered trademark?

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