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Trademark Renewal

A registered trademark in India lapses following 10 years. Yet, it tends to be kept permanent by filing trademark renewal applications online or offline by paying fundamental reestablishment charges like clockwork. This application must be recorded prior to a half year from the date of lapse of the enlistment. Trademark Renewal in India can help you keep your trademark interminable and perpetual as there are no limitations on how often and for how long you wish to keep your trademark status dynamic and enlisted.



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Trademark Renewal

A trademark is an extraordinary articulation identified with an item or administration that recognizes it from others. This articulation could be a word, motto, photo, logo, realistic, shading mix, sound, or even smell.

An enlisted trademark has 10 years of legitimacy. After that it needs renewal. You don't have to stress on the off chance that you neglect to restore it as you will get an earlier notification at your enrolled office concerning the renewing of your trademark. Ordinarily, organizations neglect to restore their trademark. Along these lines, the Registrar illuminates them in regards to similar a half year before termination. All things considered, if there is no activity from your side, Registrar gives an explanation that says that your trademark would be eliminated from Trade Marks Journal. It is an exceptionally long interaction and requires at any rate 6 a year after termination. So before that, you can renew it simply by paying the measure of the fine to the office.

document required
Trademark Renewal


Copy of TM-A

The application filed with the TM Registry for its registration is to be provided


Power of Attorney

It allows the attorney to file the trademark renewal application on your behalf with the trademark registry


TM Certificate

Trademark registration certificate issued by Registry


Proof of Applicant

PAN Card and Address Proof of Applicant Certificate of registration (other than Individual applicant)

steps involved in
Trademark Renewal

Step 1 1-2 Days
  • Conversation and assortment of essential Information
  • Give expected records to reserve renewal services
Step 2 2-3 Days
  • Drafting of Documents by Professionals
Step 3 3-4 Days
  • Documenting of online TM renewal application
  • Sharing the acknowledgment

Frequently Asked Questions
Trademark Renewal

Would i be able to reestablish the Trademark even after expiry of period for example 10 years?

The Registry of Trademark may overlook the time of postponement for the reestablishment of trademark by a half year after the expiry of 10 years. Online application for Trademark Renewal in India can be made after the expiry of 10 years with an installment of extra expenses.

What are the results of inability to renew the trademark?

On account of non-reestablishment, the outcomes are serious. Since the trademark would be taken out from the register and some other individual can guarantee it and get it enrolled to their name.

What is contrast between a trademark registration and a Trademark renewal?

Trademark Registration is a long process that takes a number of documents and requires more time than renewal. A renewal is basically for continuing your ownership and use of the trademark, while registration is the initial process to get its exclusive ownership. After completion of every 10 years, the trademark needs to be renewed.

Is the trademark valid outside India?

Trademarks are normally regional and are substantial just in the country where they are documented. In any case, one can petition for enlistment independently in singular nations, which can be a costly recommendation or you can present an application through WIPO or CTM for enrollment across different nations.

Imagine a scenario where the trademark terminates.

You can apply for the reclamation of a terminated trademark within a half year from its expiry date to continue to utilize it. However, the deferral of a half year can be hazardous and will draw in extra charges and documentation.

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