Trademark Objection

Definition

Trademark Objection means the Trademark Examiner raising certain questions or objection relating to trademark applied by applicant, in order to facilitate proper and perfect registration of the filed Trademark or Service mark. The Trademark Examiner raises the objection on the basis of rules of the Trademark Act. At this stage trademark registry gives opportunity to file objection reply; this is one of the most significant processes during the entire registration procedure.

cost breakup

Trademark objection Consultancy Free
Precedents Search Free
Professional Fees 2499
GST 450
TOTAL 2949

Notes:

  • *Applicable Government Fees if any

LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION

POWER OF ATTORNEY
PREVIOUS TRADEMARK APPLICATION
ID PROOF OF THE APPLICANT

PROCEDURE OF REGISTRATION

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Consultation
Precedents Search
Objection Drafting
Objection Filing

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Trademark Objection means the Trademark Examiner raising certain questions or objection relating to trademark applied by applicant, in order to facilitate proper and perfect registration of the filed Trademark or Service mark. The Trademark Examiner raises the objection on the basis of rules of the Trademark Act. At this stage trademark registry gives opportunity to file objection reply; this is one of the most significant processes during the entire registration procedure.

Yes, but in the matter of Trademark Objection the applicant has legal knowledge about the trademark Act. and drafting skills otherwise might be rejected the application on the ground of Trademark objection Reply. RegistrationMART expert do the all things on behalf you.

No, there is no any fix Format for Trademark Objection Reply, its depends on the case and each case are differ from one to another, so Trademark Objection Reply would be drafted basis on the case.

Yes, Notice of opposition can file by individuals, partnership firms, companies and trusts.

The notice of opposition should be filed at the Trademark Registry Office where the conflicting mark has been filed. If the application was filed at Ahmedabad trademark registry office, then the opposition proceedings would be initiated in Ahmedabad office only…

Yes, the Notice of Opposition should be filed within the three month from the date of publication of the trademark journal in which the application for the registration of trademark was advertised or re advertised, extendable by one month. If the Notice of Opposition filed after the three months and before the Four months, then it must be accompanied by a request for an extension of time of one month, giving sufficient reasons for the delay in filing the opposition.