Trademark Rectification

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Starting From Rs.6899

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Company registration with 2 DSC, 2 DIN, MOA , AOA, all related government fee & stamp duty*, PAN, TAN, ESI & PF registration, bank account opening, Commencement of Business and LEDGERS accounting software. Inclusive of all government fees and taxes.

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    TRADEMARK RECTIFICATION

    Trademark registration is a type of intellectual property protection, under which a word or visual symbol used by a business to distinguish its goods or services from other similar goods or services originating from a different business can be protected. To register a trademark, a trademark application must be filed by the applicant with the relevant Trade Mark Registrar in the prescribed format. Once a trademark application is filed, the Trade Marks Registrar would process the application. If any concerns are noted on the trademark application, the Examiner would mark the application as Formalities Chk Fail and request rectification of the trademark application. If there are no concerns, the Trademark Examiner could also allow for the trademark application to be advertised before registration or raise an objection for registration.

    Hence, in cases wherein the Trade Mark Registrar marks the application as Formalities Chk Fail or Send Back to EDP, the applicant has an opportunity to rectify and resubmit the trademark application. The rectification deed to the Trademark Examiners note must be prepared based on the reasons and facts as to why the mark was not allowed for further processing. If the Trademark Examiner finds the rectification sufficient and addresses all the concerns raised by him/her, application is allowed to be processed and marked for examination by a Trademark Examiner for preparing Trademark Examination Report.

    IndiaFilings is the leading business services platform in India, offering a variety of services like company registration, trademark filing, tax registration, tax filing and capital syndication. IndiaFilings can help you rectify an existing trademark application. The average time taken to draft and file a trademark rectification is about 5 - 10 working days, subject to government processing time and client document submission. Get a free consultation on filing a trademark rectification by scheduling an appointment with an IndiaFilings Advisor.

    A Step-by-Step Guide to Company Registration Process

    We can incorporate a company in less than ten days, subject to government processing times and availability of all documents.

    Step 1: Dedicated incorporation expert assigned for the engagement
    Step 2: Collection of information and documents for company registration from client
    Step 3: Application submitted for digital signatures to eMudhra
    Step 4: Name approval request submitted to MCA
    Step 5: Incorporation documents drafted based on the MCA approved name
    Step 6: Signing of incorporation documents by all Directors & Shareholders
    Step 7: Submission of incorporation documents to MCA for approval
    Step 8: Company incorporated with incorporation certificate & PAN
    Step 9: Other process or services begin as per customer requirement

    Documents required for Company Registration

    To register a company, various documents are to be submitted to the MCA as follows:

    PAN Card: PAN Card copy of the proposed Directors of the Company will be required for Company Registration.

    Address Proof: The address proof submitted must have the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and the most current address of the Director.

    Residential Proof: The residential proof must also contain the name of the Director as mentioned in the PAN Card and must not be older than two months.

    Registered Office Proof: In addition to providing identity, address and residential address for the Directors, proof must be provided to validate the registered office address of the Company.

    1. The registered document of the title of the premises of the registered office in the name of the company; OR
    2. The notarized copy of lease / rent agreement in the name of the company along with a copy of rent paid receipt not older than one month;

    In addition to the above, the following must also be provided as proof of registered office:

    1. The authorization from the Landlord (Name mentioned in the Electricity Bill or Gas Bill or Water Bill or Property Tax Receipt or Sale Deed) to use the premises by the company as its registered office. This is usually referred to as NOC from Landlord; AND
    2. Proof of evidence of any utility service like telephone, gas, electricity, etc. depicting the address of the premises in the name of the owner or document, which is not older than two months.

    Reasons to Register a Company in India

    Entrepreneurs choose to register a company due to various reasons. Two of the main reasons is that a company is a distinct legal entity having perpetual succession. Hence, a company is not affected by the death, insanity, or insolvency of an individual member. The following are some of the top reasons to register a private limited company in India.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    Separate Legal Entity

    As per Law, a company is an artificial judicial person established under the Companies Act. A company is a separate legal entity from its Directors and Shareholders. Hence, a company enjoys a wider legal capacity, to own property and incur debts – while the individual company members owe no liability towards the company’s creditors for debts.

    What is the Price I Need to Pay for Registering a Company?

    The Cost of Incorporation / Registration a Company would vary from INR 6899/- to INR 29899/- depending upon the plan you choose.

    Pay as you go grow pricing

    All Inclusive Pricing - No Hidden Fee

    Basic

    6899 all inclusive fees

    2 Digital Signature - 2 Year Validity 1
    2 Director Identification Numbers
    Name Approval 2
    Authorised Capital Fee 3
    Incorporation Fee
    Stamp Duty 4
    PAN & TAN
    LEDGERS Billing Software 5
    Bank Account Opening
    Commencement of Business

    Basic

    6899 all inclusive fees

    2 Digital Signature - 2 Year Validity 1
    2 Director Identification Numbers
    Name Approval 2
    Authorised Capital Fee 3
    Incorporation Fee
    Stamp Duty 4
    PAN & TAN
    LEDGERS Billing Software 5
    Bank Account Opening
    Commencement of Business

    Basic

    6899 all inclusive fees

    2 Digital Signature - 2 Year Validity 1
    2 Director Identification Numbers
    Name Approval 2
    Authorised Capital Fee 3
    Incorporation Fee
    Stamp Duty 4
    PAN & TAN
    LEDGERS Billing Software 5
    Bank Account Opening
    Commencement of Business

    1. Digital signatures from eMudhra with 2 year validity along with ePass 2003 token.
    2. Upto 4 name options can be given in 1 RUN name approval request.
    3. Authorised capital is the amount of shares a company can issue at anytime and can be increased further in the future. Paid-up capital is the amount invested by shareholder and can be even Rs.2.
    4. In case of incorporation in Madhya Pradesh, an additional stamp duty of Rs.7500 will be applicable. In case of incorporation in Punjab, an additional stamp duty of Rs.10, 000 will be applicable.
    5. In case of Kerala, an additional stamp duty of Rs.3000 will be applicable.
      Premium LEDGERS Accounting Software with GST Portal Integration and eWay Bill Software.
      Statutory Auditor fee is payable on actuals directly to the Independent Auditor appointed by the Board of Directors. IndiaFilings will only be responsible for accounting, preparation of financial statements and filing of returns on behalf of the Company.
      Additional Directors can be added for an additional price of Rs.999 – if DSC & DIN is available. In case no DIN or DSC is available, cost for adding additional Director will be Rs.1999, inclusive of GST.
    6. Additional authorised capital can be purchased if requried at time of incorporation.
    7. Incorporations from Maharashtra state will also receive complimentary Professional Tax Registration.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.
    Authorised capital is the maximum value of equity shares that can be issued by a company. On the other hand, paid up capital is the amount of shares issued by the company to shareholders. Authorised capital can be increased any time after incorporation to issue additional shares to the shareholders.