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A trademark is only valid for ten years after it is registered. After that, it can be renewed on a regular basis. Trademark renewal protects the rights that can only be obtained through a registered mark. If the owner of the trademark fails to renew it, he will lose all of the benefits that come with registration.
Registered Trademark have a 10 year validity and can be renewed further. The Registrar has set a wide window for you do so, beginning from 6 months before the date of expiry. Even if you have forgotten, an even large organizations tend to do, you will be sent a notice to the registered address regarding the expiry before the 6 months is up. If you still do not file for renewal, the Registrar may advertise your trademark to remove the trademark in the Trademark journal. This is however, likely to happen only 12 months after the expiry date Between 6 and 12 months after expiry, trademark registration can be renewed on payment of fine through a process called restoration.
Documents required for Trademark Renewal
- a copy of the certificate of trademark registration
- a power of attorney to act on behalf of the applicant
- The applicant’s photo ID and proof of address
- a copy of the trademark registration application form
Reasons to Renew Trademark
It prohibits trademark infringement and provides for reimbursement in the event of such infringement.
•Transfer of rights
It also gives the trademark holder the opportunity to independently transfer the trademark to another person or company.
•High Monetary Worth
Trademark licensing is only feasible if the trademark holder has registered the trademark, hence a registered trademark has a high monetary worth.
Getting your trademark renewed ensures that your customers are able to easily identify
Separate Legal Entity
Separate Legal Entity
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Frequently Asked Questions
- When a trademark is registered, it grants the owner of the trademark plenty of legal rights.
- It prohibits trademark infringement and provides for reimbursement in the event of such infringement.
- It also gives the trademark holder the opportunity to independently transfer the trademark to another person or company.
Following documents must be attached to the trademark renewal application:
- A copy of the registration certificate,
- power of attorney, applicant’s ID and
- address proof, and
- a copy of the TM 1 form
A trademark registration is only valid for ten years, after which it must be renewed. 6 months before the trademark expires, the registrar of trademarks will send you a letter reminding you of its expiration.
When it comes to renewing a trademark, you have two choices:
- Renew the trademark in its current form.
- Changes and revisions are made to the trademark in order to renew it.
A trademark renewal application should be submitted six months before the registration expires. Fees must be paid before an application may be submitted.
If a trademark is not renewed in the given time period, it can be sought to be restored. Restoration of a trademark is permitted under Section 25 (4) of the Trademark Act of 1999, which allows individuals to apply for trademark restoration.
Only one year after the registered trademark has expired can it be restored.
Trademark registration is valid for upto 10 years.
An individual can get exclusive rights to use words or symbols by registering a trademark. The Trade Renewal, on the other hand, aids in the continued ownership and use of the trademark.
The Trademark Journal is the Trademark Registry’s official gazette. Your trademark is published in the Journal if the Trademark Examiner accepts your application.