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Trademark Registration

A trademark is a phrase, word, or symbol that identifies a certain product and legally distinguishes it from all other similar products. The Controller General of Patents, TM & Designs, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, keeps track of trademarks in India. TM is registered under the TAO 1999, which gives trademark owners the right to sue for damages if their trademarks are infringed upon. It is one of the valuable assets.
Symbol R is used when Its process is completed, and will be valid for ten years. Trademarks that are about to expire can be renewed on a regular basis with just an application for renewal of trademark application for additional ten years. Furthermore, a trademark cannot be registered in case of offensiveness, generic, untrustworthy, not unique, or containing expressly protected emblems, among other things.

Trademark Registration Benefits

  • Legal Protection

    It you with a legal advantage over someone who attempts to copy your trademark.

  • Cost-Effective

    Once you've registered your trademark, you won't have to worry about it for at least 10 years, unless you decide to renew it.

  • Goodwill

    Many brands throughout the world place a higher value on their trademark than any other physical asset. As a result, it boosts a company's reputation.

  • Trust Building

    Trademarks assist you in maintaining and increasing the value of your brand in the marketplace.

Documents Required

For Individuals

For Partnership Firm

For Pvt Ltd Company and LLP

Trademark Registration Process

Below is the process of registering your business a trademark-

Trademark Name Search

A trademark search, often known as a trademark name search, is one of the most important variables in estimating the likelihood of a mark being registered (brand). Although it aids in determining whether or not a brand name may be registered, having a distinct brand name does not ensure trademark registration. It’s usually a good idea to receive a trademark availability report before filing a trademark, because filing the wrong trademark can waste time, money, and potentially get you in legal trouble.

Trademark Filling

Its application can be registered only with registrar after the trademark search is completed. Its application should be completed in a specific manner and sent with the appropriate costs. You can submit it online or at any state’s five Trademark Registrar’s offices. It must have below –

Trademark Examination

The examiner will review it after it has been submitted to ensure that it is accurate. If there is a discrepancy, the examiner has 60 days from the date of application to submit a trademark objection report.

Trademark Publication

Every 14th day, the applications are published in the Trade Mark Journal. Anyone who objects to the brand name has four months from the date of the examination report to file an opposition with the trademark registrar. It is transmitted for reg, in case of no objections.

Registration Certificate

The registration certificate is issued digitally by the registrar of trademarks once its been advertised in TM Journal for four months.


To preserve the protection of your brand identification, every registered trademark must be renewed every ten years. With the help of a skilled attorney, trademark registration can be a breeze. Professional Utilities can assist you in streamlining the entire registration process while avoiding the stress of meeting deadlines and receiving responses.

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