The applicant must file evidence, if any, in support of application within two months after the receipt by him 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.
After completion of the formality check and submission of the evidence, hearing is fixed to represent their cases by the opponent as well as the applicant.
If a trademark is opposed and the applicant does not file a counter-statement, his file will not be considered. It is immaterial whether the failure to file the counter-statement is due to the negligence of the applicant or that of his duly authorized agent.
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