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Renewal of Trademark

11950* Basic Package

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Overview

A trademark is a special identifying assets that is used by a business to distinguish its goods and services from other similar goods and services from different businesses. The trademark symbols, logos, labels and names are represented with an “R” at the end. One can register a trademark under the Trademark act, 1999.

The validity of a trademark in India for any business is for a period of 10 years as per section 25 in the trademark act, 1999. The trademark will not be registered if it is found none-distinguishing, contains government emblems or contains anything offensive.

If a company wants a renewal for their existing trademark, with proper documentation and meeting the required criteria they can renew their trademark for another 10 years.

Renewal of a trademark

Time period to renew a Trademark 

1) The renewal can be filed within one year prior to the date of expiry as per rule 57 and 58 in trademark rules 2017.

2) The renewal can be filed within six months prior to the date of expiry as per rule 63 and 64 in trademark rules 2002.

3) The renewal can also be filed within six months after the date of expiry.

Forms:-

The following forms need to be provided along with the fee, in order to get the trademark renewed.

Form No. Purpose Cost(physical filing Cost (e- filing)
TM-R Application form for renewal of a registered trademark to be used by the registered proprietor Rs.10,000 Rs.9000
Application for renewal with a surcharge of registration of a Trademark Rs.5000 + Renewal fee Rs.4500 + Renewal fee
TM-18 Affidavit in support of the statement of the case

Compulsory Notice from the office of the registrar of Trademarks.

The proprietor will receive a notice from the Office of the Registrar of Trademarks, six month prior in order to inform the proprietor about the deadline for renewal of the trademark. If the trademark remain non-renewed within the stipulated time, the trademark will be removed from the Register of Trademarks

However, it can be restored by filling an application along with the required fee.

Time period to restore a trademark:-

A proprietor can restore their trademark after six months and within one year from the date of expiration of the last registration of the mark.

Forms:-

The following forms need to be provided along with the fee, in order to get the trademark renewed.

The following members can file the application for renewal or restoration:-

1) The proprietor of the registered trademark.

2) An agent associated with the registered trademark.

Form No. Purpose Cost(physical filing Cost (e- filing)
TM-R Application for renewal with surcharge/ restoration and renewal of a Trademark Rs.10,000 Rs.9000
TM-18 Affidavit in support of the statement of the case

Document Required

Time Lines

Service Covered

Pricing for what you want required service

Basic

11950*
  • Expert Consultation
  • PAN Application (if PAN of proprietor is not available)
  • Registration with GST
  • Registration with MSME

Business

13950*
  • Expert Consultation
  • PAN Application (if PAN of proprietor is not available)
  • TAN Application
  • Registration with GST
  • Registration with MSME
  • Registration Under Shop & Establishment Act
  • 3 months GST return filing upto 50 invoice per month

Enterprise

15450*
  • Expert Consultation
  • PAN Application (if PAN of proprietor is not available)
  • TAN Application
  • Registration with GST
  • Registration with MSME
  • Registration Under Shop & Establishment Act
  • 3 months GST return filing upto 50 invoice per month
  • 3 months account upto 75 entries per month
  • Notes:
  • * This price is inclusive of all Govt filing fee and excluding GST amount.

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