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Trademark Cost


 
 
Trademark Search Free
Trademark Consultancy on Class and Availability Free
Government Fees (Individuals) Rs 4,500
Professional Fees Rs 1,526
Goods & Service Tax Rs 274
Total Cost (Individuals) Rs 6,299*
* For Start-ups and Small Businesses also.
 
Trademark Search Free
Trademark Consultancy on Class and Availability Free
Government Fees for Companies Rs 9,000
Professional Fees Rs 3,389
Goods & Service Tax Rs 610
Total Cost (Companies) Rs 12,999
     
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Trademark Application

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Trademark Application

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Trademark Application

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Trademark Registration Process


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    Free Trademark Search

    We first run a trademark search to check whether your unique name or logo or one sounding very similar to it has already been taken. Once it is confirmed, you must make the payment for the entire process. We will then send you an authorisation letter, which you must sign and return to us so that our lawyers can file your trademark application on your behalf.

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    Trademark Application Filing

    This form asks for basic details about you (or your business, in case the trademark is being registered in its name), and the logo, word, slogan you're registering. Pictures must be sent in the JPEG format only. Trademarks must be registered for a particular sector. So if you want to register a trademark in multiple categories, we need to file multiple Form-1s and you would have to pay for them separately. As soon as the form is filed, you can start using the ™ symbol.

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    Application processed by the Govt

    The Trade Marks Office will first check your application to see if it's already been taken. If it has, a trademark objection will be raised. The government may also object if it finds the logo obscene, hurts religious sentiments or believes that it is likely to cause confusion. If it has no objection, it makes an advertisement in the Trade Marks Journal. If there is no opposition from other businesses in the next four months, your trademark is registered around six months later. We will check the status of your application regularly over the entire 18 months and keep you up-to-date on the status.


 

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is a Trademark Class?

The Trademark Registry has classified goods and services under 45 classes. Your application must mention the class/classes the goods/services represent. The trademark would be registered under those classes only.

What trademark applications are commonly rejected?

If your trademark is similar to an existing application, would hurt religious sentiments, contains geographical names or common words. It would also be rejected if it is likely to cause confusion. So you can't register the word 'car' for a car brand, but may do so for a brand of electronics.

When can I use the ™ symbol?

As soon as you file the application, you receive an acknowledgement, which gives you the right to use the ™ symbol. Once it's registered, you can use the ® symbol.

How can I run a trademark search?

Before settling on a brand name, you need to check if it can acquire the legal rights necessary to hold on it. This is because the commercial rights to a brand name belong to the owner of its trademark. To find out if yours has already been taken, you can run a trademark search, which is basically a database search of India’s Intellectual Property Database. Now, running the search is easy. Begin by selecting the wordmark and typing in the word/s you want to register. The results will tell you whether there already is another registration in that name. If there is one, check its status. If it is either approved, applied, objected or opposed, it makes sense to pick another name. Do also check for phonetic similarities with other registered names. To do this, you need to select the dropdown at the top of the page. While the phonetic search isn’t very accurate, you can say with certainty that your trademark will be approved if there aren’t any relevant matches here either.

What if my trademark is taken, but under a different class?

If your brand name has already been registered, but under a different class, you're still in luck. Unless the brand is too well known (McDonald’s or Fiat, let’s say), your application is likely to be approved. If, on the other hand, a trademark has been registered by another brand after you began using it, you should take the matter seriously. Find out the origin of the goods and send the office a cease-and-desist letter. Although it does not apply exclusively to intellectual property, such a letter is usually sent in cases of infringement. If the party does not cease and desist from selling the goods with your trademark within the time mentioned in the letter, you may take them to court.

What if someone has a similar word trademarked?

You can't get the word, but all is not lost. You could instead design a unique logo for your business and include the name in it. Take BMW as an example. The BMW is within the logo. A prefix would also be permissible. This is known as a logo composite mark. So there is a way out, but it is best to have a unique name.

Do you guarantee approval of my trademark?

It depends entirely on the government's judgement. But if it is unique, it is highly likely that it will be granted.

Should I file the trademark in my own name?

Many start-up founders register it in their own names, while large businesses would prefer to do so in the name of the company. This is because the future of a start-up is always in doubt. If owned by the founder, the trademark would be valid regardless of the state of the company. A trademark license agreement is, however, needed in this case.

What are the different kinds of trademarks I can have?

Any expression of your brand that distinguishes it from all other brands can be trademarked. This, therefore, includes your brand name, logo or slogan. New brands need only bother themselves with these three types, though more successful brands, that have much more to protect, trademark much else. Levis, for example, has trademarked the position of its red label on all its jeans. Cadbury’s fought hard to maintain exclusive rights to use the colour purple on packaging for chocolate, but ultimately lost the dispute with Nestle. Young start-ups, however, tend only to trademark a word or logo or else register a logo composite mark (when text is included within the logo).

What is the difference between trademark, copyright and patent?

Trademarks and copyrights are both intellectual property, but serve different purposes. A copyright applies to literary and audio-visual (music, photographs, movies) works. So it’s an exclusive right granted to the creator or author of a book, script, software, music, photograph or movie. The owner has the right to stop the publication of any work that shares similarities with his/her work, unless it has been fairly used. Registration is not necessary. However, as copyright infringement has become commonplace in the Internet age, and you need a registration to take the matter to court, copyright registration has gained importance. A patent is a right granted for a product or process to an individual or enterprise. This right grants its owner the ability to exclude others from making, using, selling or importing the patented product or process without prior approval. In exchange for this right, the applicant must fully disclose the invention. A patent is valid for 20 years, after which it falls into the public domain.

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What can be Trademarked?


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Product

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Service

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Shape

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Pattern

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Collective

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Certification

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Sound

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Colour

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Word

A word mark is a distinct text of the name of the company/product name for the purpose of branding. Thus it is specifically text based unlike a logo that represents a pictorial image

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Name

A name that identifies a business/profession. This is common among fashion designers. For example, Ralph Lauren trademarked his name in 1972. Similarly Donna Karan as well trademarked her name after a dispute over it.

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Numbers

The number must be used as a brand for the product/service. For e.g. the number 5 must be used specifically for a line/class of products/services and must be identified by it in order to obtain the TM.

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Intellectual Property Services


 

Copyright
Registration

Rs 3,499
For Photos, Movies, Music
Lifetime of Author, plus 60 Years Validity
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Trademark
Registration

Rs 5,999
For Words, Logos and Slogans
10 Years Validity
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Design
Registration

Rs 3,499
For 3D Registration
10 Years Validity
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