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Every business who delicately engage himself his Life for Name creation should be protected with the help of Trade Marks Act, 1999. The brand Name, Logo, Design, signature, numeral or Any Slogan, Base or Punch Line, etc. which are used to highlight the products and services or combination thereof can be protected and allow owner of trade Mark to sue any unauthorized use of that with the help of Law.
1. Ownership : Trade Mark Owner has the exclusive right to use the brand.
2. Trademark builds Trust and Goodwill of your product and service in the market
3. Protects your Name / Brand Name from being used in a same or similar fashion, by any other business firm, thus discourages misuse others from cashing on your long built goodwill.
4.Registration of Trade Mark gives your products a status of "Branded Goods".
5. It gives you legal rights of injunction and compensation over third party infringers and in turn helps you to create brand value.
6. It can be used even for trademark for which registration is not applied to claim use over it
7. Trade mark Registrations helps to create Intellectual Property Rights as a Intangible Assets.
8. Trademark differentiates your product from other similar market products.
9. Trademark registered and filed in other countries also same as in India.
1. Trademark Search: Trademark search may be conducted on the government portal https://ipindiaonline.gov.in/tmrpublicsearch Check whether any other person or business entity is not using the same trademark. Also make sure that there is no identical or similar trademark already registered or for which an application for registration has been submitted.
2. Filing of an application : In this stage the registration by a person claiming to be the proprietor of a trademark, in the office of the Trade Mark Registry, within the territorial limits of the place of business in India. The applicant can file application through relevant form i.e. TM-A provided by trademark office/Registrar of Trademark. Also Trademark registration fees have to be submitting along with legal documents.
3. Examination of the application : The concern authority keep this application for specific period of time to ascertain whether it is distinctive and does not conflict with existing registered or pending trademarks and after that examination report is issued.
4. Publication of the application : If the trademark application is allowable, the trademark will be advertised in the Trade Marks Journal. Publication is done after or before acceptance of the application in the Trademark Journal.
5. Opposition by third party : After publication objection can be raised by giving notice to the registration within three months which may be extended to the maximum of one month. To overcome the objection, the trademark holder needs to file a proper legal reply to the trademark registry in order to overcome the same.
6. Hearing before Registrar : If the trademark is satisfied that the trademark request complies with all the necessary provisions under the act, the mark is advertised before acceptance.
7. Registration of Trademark : If no opposition is received during the specified period, the Trademark is deemed to be registered in the name of applicant/owner. That means in this last stage after the registration of the Trademark the Registrar shall issue to the applicant a Trademark Registration Certificate.
Any Person or Organization can make application for Trade mark Registration who owns it. The person can make application for Trade mark which he is going to use in future. However prior use of Trade mark in Business is always helpful.