Indian Trademark Registration

Live Trademark Registration Count
11

Ongoing Registration

350

Total Registration

What do I get?

With a little support and assistance from your end, leave the technicalities and paper work on us, and get your Trademark registered without any hassle.

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steps

Our 3-step process is fast and easy.
1

Take a few moment to fill the simple questionnaire

2

We will file your Trademark Application with the Trademark Registry

3

Your trademark will be filed for registration

Fill up the questionnaire, then we will go for filing of your Trademark Application. After that you will get the registration over your mark.

Trademark registration helps in protecting your mark for ten years, which can be renewed. This gives you the exclusive ownership over your mark. You can stop the infringers from using the mark by bringing infringement action.

Trademark Registration Package

Select your trademark package and get started today.

Basic

3500

+ TM Registry Govt Fee
  • E-Filing with TM Registry

    Electronic filing of your Trademark application with the Indian Trademark Registry with no need to wait for mail or dealing with paper files.

  • Electronic Delivery

    Electronic delivery of your trademark application.

Standard

4500

+ TM Registry Govt Fee
Includes everything from the Basic Package PLUS:
  • Trademark Search (worth ₹2500 free)

    A professional Trademark search report for your proposed trademark and guidance to select a better mark, if required.

  • Trademark Monitoring (6 Months - worth ₹4500 free)

    Post-filing monitoring to notify you of possible infringers and status of your Trademark.

Premium

5500

+ TM Registry Govt Fee
Includes everything from the Standard Package PLUS:
  • Trademark Monitoring (1 Year - worth ₹8000 free)

    Post-filing monitoring to notify you of possible infringers and status of your Trademark.

  • 24-hour Expedited Processing

    We will review, prepare, and file your trademark application within 24 business hours after receiving your order, a ₹1000 value. Normal processing time is 3-5 business days in our Basic and Standard packages.

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How to place an order ?

To get started, take a few minutes to fill the form below. Within twelve hours, our representative will be at your service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Registration gives the proprietor exclusive ownership over the Trademark, it also gives the proprietor the right to bring infringement action against anyone who is using the mark without due authorization. If you have registration over the mark, proving ownership over the mark becomes easy.

No, registration is not necessary to use a Trademark.

Yes, under the Trademarks Act, 1999 a single application can be filed for different goods falling under different classes. This is known as multiclass application.

Before filing an application, it is important to classify the goods and services under which you are applying the Trademark. The classification is done under NICE classification in India. In the NICE classification, there are 45 classes, till Class 39 goods are covered and from 40-45 services are covered.

Once the application is filed the registration of the mark depends on various circumstances such as whether objection has been received or not from the registry, whether there is any third party opposition or not etc. if the opposition and objection is not there, then the registration procedure should be comparatively faster than the registration procedure when opposition and objection is there.

Yes, but it should be unique and it should be capable of distinguishing the goods and services of one from that of another.

Depends. After the objection phase is clear the registry publishes the mark in the Trademark Journal. During this period, anyone from the publican raise opposition against the mark stating that the mark is identical/similar to their own or some other mark. If this opposition phase occurs, then registration might get delayed, if there is no opposition from the public, then the mark will get registration.

Under the “Make in India initiative” the government has introduced certain special provisions for the betterment of start-ups such as, 50% discount on the official fees for filing and expediting the registration procedure. For filing, the fee is Rs. 5000/- (paper filing) and Rs. 4500/- (online filing) and expedite processing Rs 20,000/- (E-filing only).

If the objection phase is not clear, an appeal can be filed in the Intellectual Property Appellate Board (IPAB), then if you are not satisfied with the judgement of IPAB, the case can further go to High Court and later to Supreme Court.

Under the Trademarks Act, 1999 marks can be refused for registration under two grounds i.e. absolute and relative grounds for refusal. Under these various marks such as marks which are devoid of distinctiveness, marks which describe the quality, quantity, marks which have become customary and other marks which have been given under Sec.9 of the Trademarks Act,1999. Similarly Sec.11 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 describes relative grounds for refusal. Under this marks which are similar to already existing marks, and other marks described under the sec cannot be registered.

Your trademark should be distinctive, should be capable of distinguishing the products and services of the owner from that of another, new, should not describe the goods and services with respect to which the mark is used etc.

For ten years the monopoly i.e. the exclusive right to use the mark is given to the trademark owner.

Yes, the registration over the mark can be renewed.

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