If the applicant receives any such notice, it is in his right to provide the Examiner with evidence in support of the original application.
The procedure for providing evidence is written in The Trade Marks Act. The applicant should file evidence application by way of an affidavit.
It has to be done within two months or within such further period not exceeding one month in the aggregate thereafter, as the Registrar may on request allow, on the receipt by the applicant of the copies of affidavits in support of opposition or of the intimation that the opponent does not desire to adduce any evidence in support of his opposition.
The applicant shall leave with the Registrar such evidence by way of affidavit as he desires to adduce in support of his application and shall deliver to the opponent copies thereof or shall intimate to the Registrar and the opponent that he does not desire to adduce any evidence but intends to rely on the facts stated in the counter statement and or on the evidence already left by him in connection with the application in question.
In case the applicant relies on any evidence already left by him in connection with the application, he shall deliver to the opponent copies thereof.
But applicant is not the only one who can provide further evidence.
If an opponent takes no action within the time mentioned therein, he shall be deemed to have abandoned his opposition.