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Renewal Cost

at Just Rs 5,999.00, No hidden charges
Price Breakdown

Filing Time

Application Filing for Renewal 3 Days
Renewal Process

Documents Required

Only 2 Simple Documents are needed
Renewal Documents
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Renewal Cost Breakdown


 
Trademark Consultancy on Renewal Free
Government Fees Rs 5000
Application Filing Rs 849
Service Tax Rs 150
Total Cost Rs 5,999

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Documents Required for Trademark Renewal


 

Trademark Renewal requires 2 Simple Documents

Application No of the Registered Trademark
Power of Attorney (Stating we are filing Renewal on your behalf)
 
 

Trademark Renewal Information


What is Trademark Renewal?

Trademarks need to be renewed every 10 years. A trademark renewal guarantees continued legal rights of the trademark holder. In case, the holder of a trademark fails to renew the trademark; they lose all the protection on the trademark.

A trademark renewal application needs to be filed within 6 months of the expiration of the registered trademark. In case, the person owning the trademark fails to file a renewal application within 1-3 months of the mark getting expired; the trademark registrar sends a reminder.

If the owner fails to apply for trademark renewal even then; a renewal application can be filed by filing form Tm-10 within 6 months of the registered trademark having expired by paying a surcharge. Failing which, the trademark will be removed from the registry.

Trademark Renewal Process

1 Working Day

Once we receive your details, one of our representatives will get back to you to discuss your requirements and will thoroughly explain the process and associated charges. Charges depend on your individual needs i.e. whether you require a renewal or a trademark restoration.

3 Working Days

Our lawyers will take up your renewal application to prepare the relevant documents pertaining to your case. Following which, Form-10 or Form-12 needs to be filed with the registrar along with the requisite renewal fees.

 

5 Months

We constantly update you on the status of your application from the day we take up your case. Please note, It takes 4-5 months to get confirmation of your trademark having been renewed for another 10 years.

 

Money Back Guarantee

If you are not satisfied for any reason, we will refund your money minus the Government fees. No questions asked

 

How long does it take?


Application FILING
1-3 Working Days
 
We will file your application within 1-3 working days after you send us details about your trademark. This needs to be done six months before your trademark expires. Once the renewal filing is done, within 4-5 months you will get a confirmation that your trademark has been renewed for another 10 years.
Trademark Renewal
25-30 Working Days
 
Once the Application is filed with the government.It takes around 25-30 working days for the Renewal Letter to be generated.As soon as the letter will be generated your Trademark will be renewed for the next 10 years and your brand is again legally protected

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Why Renew a Trademark


 
Trademark Removal
 
If the proprietor doesn't apply for renewal or pay the fee for renewal, then it is certain that the trademark will be removed from the register. Before taking the decision, the registrar will publish in the trademark journal with tentative reasons for the removal of the specific trademark
 
Legal Rights Eliminated
 
Not renewing the trademark will lead to hampering legal rights and along with the owner it affects the people associated with the registered trademark. If you fail to renew trademark 6 months before its expiry then certainly the legal rights on trademark will be withdrawn by the registrar.
 
Duplicity of Trademark
 
Renewing a trademark helps you to keep away from duplicity and also maintains its exclusive nature. So, if your trademark expires, then your brand is not safe anymore as it is open in the market and can be taken by any third party who claims it. Hence it is important to renew a trademark before expiry
 

Frequently Asked Questions


How much does cost to renew a trademark?

If the Application is filed within 6 months from the expiration date

  • File form TM -12 (Renew application) along with TM 48 (Power of Attorney)
  • Pay the government fees of INR 5,000.
  • Then, after verification from the Government, the trademark will be again renewed in the name of the original owner.

If the Application is filed after 6 months from the expiration date

  • File form TM -12 (Renew application) along with TM 48 (Power of attorney) and TM – 13 (Condemnation of delay)
  • Pay the government fees of INR 5,000 along with additional fees which maybe upto INR 3000/-.
  • Then, after verification from the Government, the trademark will be again renewed in the name of original owner.

What can save your trademark after it is expired?

For renewal of the trademark after expiration the owner of the mark can file TM-10 within six months after expiration and pay a certain amount of charges for renewing the trademark. If the time-lapse of renew is also missed then, the last hope is to file TM-13 within six months to a maximum within a year after expiration to request for restoring the trademark rights. Once the application is accepted the owner also needs to advertise about the same in the trademark journal to inform about its restoration and invite the objections from the people that might tamper later on restoration & renewal. If there are no objections heard within the restricted timeframe, then it is likely that your trademark will be re-registered and included in the trademark database. It needs to be mention that the trademark is valid only for a tenure of 10 years.

What would happen if I do not Renew a Trademark?

So in case the trademark holder misses out the renewal or re-registration period then there are few consequences that the owner of the trademark will face:

I am sure you are threatened by the consequences that you might have to land in if your trademark expires. However, the Trademark Act is empathetic with the owners and understanding the importance of the mark it gives you another chance wherein you can apply for restoration of the trademark.

  • If the proprietor doesn't apply for renewal or pay the fee for renewal, then it is certain that the trademark will be removed from the register. Before taking the decision, the registrar will publish in the trademark journal with tentative reasons for the removal of the specific trademark.
  • Not renewing the trademark will lead to hampering legal rights and along with the owner it affects the people associated with the registered trademark.
  • Re-registering a trademark helps you to keep away from duplicity and also maintains its exclusive nature. So, if your trademark expires, then your brand is not safe anymore as it is open in the market and can be taken by any third party who claims it.

How to renew a trademark?

The Trademark Registry in India grants the registration of a trademark which is valid for a period of 10 years and needs to be renewed from time to time. For the renewal of trademark, the proprietor has to file a form TM-12, which is an application for renewal before the registrar. This application has to be filed within 6 months from the date of expiration of the registration. If within 1-3 months from the date of expiration of the registration, a renewal has not been filed then the registrar sends a notice reminding the proprietor of the upcoming renewal date. Another chance is given by the registrar to renew the trademark within 6 months from the date of expiration of registration by filing form TM-10 and by paying the surcharge. Failure of paying the required fees will cause the removal of trademark from the register.

My trademark has expired, what should I do?

So in case the trademark holder misses out the renewal or re-registration period then there are few consequences that the owner of trademark will face:

  • If the proprietor doesn't apply for renewal or pay the fee for renewal, then it is certain that the trademark will be removed from the register. Before taking the decision, the registrar will publish in the trademark journal with tentative reasons for the removal of the specific trademark.
  • Not renewing the trademark will lead to hampering legal rights and along with the owner it affects the people associated with the registered trademark.
  • Re-registering a trademark helps you to keep away from duplicity and also maintains its exclusive nature. So, if your trademark expires, then your brand is not safe anymore as it is open in the market and can be taken by any third party who claims it.

However, the Trademark Act is empathetic with the owners and understanding the importance of the mark it gives you another chance wherein you can apply for restoration of trademark.

What is the validity for Trademark Renewal?

The renewed trademark is valid only upto a period of 10 years, to retain the rights of the trademark , owner needs to renew it again after 10 years before expiration by following the prescribed procedure. The Trademark Registry in India grants the registration of a trademark which is valid for a period of 10 years and needs to be renewed from time to time.

 

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