Trademark Individual

Trademark Individual Registration

  • INR 5,899 /-
  • All Inclusive, No hidden Charges
  • Free Trademark Name Search Application Filing in One Class

  • Exclusive of GST

Basic Plan

  • INR 5,899 /-
  • No Hidden Cost

    Trademark Registration in just 3 Days

If you're starting a new business or trade, a logo, name or signature is the first thing you choose to separate yourself from the rest. A "Trademark" is that symbol you will use to do so. Registering a Trademark is a legal process provided for under the Trade Marks Act, 1999. In this week's column, we will breakdown the process of registering your own Trademark, if your business is applicable for the same.

The Trade Marks Registry was established in India in 1940 and presently it administers the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the rules thereunder. It acts as a resource and information centre and is a facilitator in matters relating to trade marks in the country.

The objective of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 is to register trade marks applied for in the country and to provide for better protection of trade mark for goods and services and also to prevent fraudulent use of the mark.

Required documents for Trademark Individual Registration:
. Identity proof
. Business registration document

Getting information 1 Days

Drafting of Application 2 Days

Changes & Confirmation 2 Days

Filing of Application 3 Days

A registered trademark has been approved and entered on the Trademark Register held by the Trademarks Office. Registration is proof of ownership. An unregistered trademark may also be recognized through Common Law as the property of the owner, depending on the circumstances.

Proper use of a trademark is the most import aspect of ownership. Failure to use a mark correctly will result in loss of the mark.

There is no mandatory annual fee to maintain a registration. However, it is advisable for trademark owners in subscribe to a trademark monitoring service that will alert the owner to any new trademarks or domain names that are registered in conflicting jurisdictions.