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TM FILING FOR COMPANY

INR 10,999
Per Class
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Update

TM FILING FOR INDIVIDUALS

INR 5,099
Per Class
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Update

TM FILING FOR MSME

INR 5,999
Per Class
  • Trademark Search
  • Trademark Filing
  • Trademark Update

TMRegistrationProcessing Time

1 DAY

Free Trademark Search

Our TM Attorney will play out a TM Search to check the accessibility of the coveted name or logo or outline. When it is affirmed that coveted stamp has neither as of now been taken nor excessively comparative, making it impossible to a current Trademark, we can continue facilitate with the installment for the Trademark Registration. You can likewise look through the accessibility of Trademark through our TM Search bar to well guarantee the accessibility. This is a free administration.

TM-1 Application Filing

When we guarantee that the coveted stamp is selective, we will send you an authorisation letter which must be properly marked by you and come back to us which offer authorisation to our lawyer to record a Trademark application for the clients. On receipt of the authorisation letter, our Trademark Attorney will set up the Trademark application in view of the data gave and a see is sent to you before petitioning for affirmation and marking. We record the same with ipindia and consequently, we will give you a receipt and TM application number. When the application is recorded, you can begin utilizing the 'TM' image with your image name.

Govt Approval

After filing the application with the trademark registrar, the Trademark examiner process and verify the application. You can track the trademark application status through the TM application number. While processing the application, the government may raise an objection if the mark is found identical with some other registered mark, hurt the religious sentiments, obscene or on any other ground.
In case of no objection, an advertisement will publish in the Trademark Journal to invite the opposition by the third party. If there is no opposition, the government approved the Trademark and registered within next six months. Once the Trademark gets registered, you can start using the 'R' symbol with the brand name.

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Documents Required for Trademark


 

Just Scanned Copies are required, Scanned duplicate of PAN Card of all chiefs and Aadhar card/Voter ID/Passport/Driving

Idproof

Patnership Deed*

Only in case of Partnership

Idproof

Board Resolution *

Only in case of applicant is a company

brand value

Brand

A soft copy of trademark to be registered

Office

Power Of Attorney

Duly signed by the applicant to authorise us to file an application on their behalf

 

What do you get


 
Idproof

Acknowledgement Slip

A TM registration acknowledgement slip with payment details

Idproof

Trademark Form

A stamped copy of form TM authority bearing Trademark application number

 

Advantages of Trademark Registration


 
Legal Protection

Legal Protection

The proprietor of a registered trademark is permitted to take action or sue for loss or damages caused by any third party.

Trademark

Brand esteem

Trademark registration makes a intellectual property of a company.An enlisted Trademark can be sold or can diversified, or authorized to produce income.

Trademark Goodwill

Trust or Goodwill

Client wants to purchase item from a brand or organization whose Trademark is applied/ registered with Trademark authority. Client feels secure about the dependability of the brand.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Trademark laws have classified goods and services under 45 classes. With each application, the applicant has to provide a class under which they are willing to register a trademark.

You can use TM symbol in a 1 day.

You have to re-design your logo so that you can differentiate your business name with the existing registered trademark.

A registered trademark is valid for the period of ten years which may be renewed for further period of ten years on the payment of renewal fees.

You can search the online trademark database to check the availability of the desired trademark.

Trademark symbol 'TM' is a provisional symbol, used for unregistered Trademarks. It acts as a warning symbol for potential infringers that the application, to claim the trademark, is under process.
The trademark symbol 'R' signifies the registered trademark. The ® mark can be used; once the application gets approved by the government.

A trademark registered in India is valid only in the home country, i.e. India because every country has its own rules and regulations.

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