Trade Mark objection is made under Section 9 if the Registrar thinks that the mark is descriptive of goods/generic/ laudatory/ indicating quality or nature of goods.
Trade Mark objection is made under Section 9 if the Registrar thinks that the mark is descriptive of goods/generic/ laudatory/ indicating quality or nature of goods. This means that if the mark is not a specific name, but a description of the work or the quality of the product, then the Registrar can raise an objection on the lack of distinctiveness of the Trade
Mark. Registrar can object to the trade mark application under Section 11 of the Trade Mark Act if the trade mark is identical/similar to trade mark which is already on the Trade Mark Registry or even similar to an already pending trade mark application. If the examiner has objected to the trade mark application, a written response should be filed by the applicant within 30 days of receiving the examination report or when it comes to the knowledge of the applicant that the report is online.
Procedure For Trademark Objection
Complete a Simple Form
You are required to fill your details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.
We will create all the required applications and file them with Registrar.
Your work is completed.
Once , the objection is filed , acknowledgement slip of same shall be sent.Once , the application is filed , acknowledgement slip of same shall be sent.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Trademark Class?
2. What is the validity of a Trademark?
3. When can I use™ with my Trademark?
4. What is the difference between a Trademark and a Copyright?
5. Will my Trademark registration be valid across the world?
6. If Company Name is already registered under the Companies Act,do i still need trademark registration for my company name?
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