Trademark Application Form

Let’s Protect Your Brand Name

Trademark® Registration Online

No need to visit Trademark Register Office. Easy & quick process of online for trademark registration.

  • Step-1
    Fill the form & Make the Payment
  • Step-2
    Our Team Will search the class of your brand by trademark
  • Step-3
    We will collect necessary Documents
  • Step-4
    Our team will file the TM Application
  • Step-5
    You can use now TM next to your Brand
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Annual Return Filling Packages

Basic

  • Trademark Application Filing
  • Free Class Search
  • Free TM Consultation By expert
  • Use TM next to your brand
  • Call
  • Chat
  • Email Support
  • No hidden charges
₹ 1400

Standard

  • Trademark Application Filing
  • Expertise TM Search Report
  • Free Class Search
  • Free TM Consultation By expert
  • Use TM next to your brand
  • Call
  • Chat
  • Email Support
  • No hidden charges
₹ 4500

Premium

  • Trademark Application Filing
  • Expertise TM Search Report
  • Free Class Search
  • Free TM Consultation By expert
  • Use TM next to your brand
  • Call
  • Chat
  • Email Support
  • Objection Reply
  • Hearing
  • No hidden charges
₹ 11000

Extreme

  • Trademark Application Filing
  • Expertise TM Search Report
  • Free Class Search
  • Free TM Consultation By expert
  • Use TM next to your brand
  • Call
  • Chat
  • Email Support
  • Objection Reply
  • Hearing
  • No hidden charges
  • Designing & Branding
₹ 14000

Documents Required

  • Applicant’s / Company Name
    Applicant’s / Company Name
  • Applicant’s Business Type
    Applicant’s Business Type
  • Business Details
    Business Details
  • Applicant’s Brand/logo name
    Applicant’s Brand/logo name
  • Office / Business address
    Office / Business address

Benefits of Trademark Registrations

A trademark is an important asset to a business that adds value to it. It differentiates the product or service from the competitors prevailing in the market. Trademark can resemble the brand as they attract the customer, stands apart, easily identifiable from the rest of the others. Trademark is a marketing tool for your business. A trademark is a sign of commitment to the company, reputation, and integrity that helps the consumer in purchasing decisions. Like in the real estate business, the value of an asset appreciates over a period of time. Likewise, the value of a trademark grows exponentially as the business grows. Like tangible assets, trademarks can be purchased, sold, or can be used as security for obtaining a loan from financial institutions. Hence, it is important for all businesses to protect this valuable asset.

Once, the trademark is registered it will be valid for next 10 years. In between these 10 years, no legal obligations, no fees and other statutory requirement regarding maintain trademarks to be done. Also just before the expiry of trademark certificate, it can be renewed just like passport and the owner can protect the trademark by the third party. If we closely notice, the trademark registration is much cheaper than domain registration in the long term and can be maintained forever.

As per  Companies Act, 2013, the name of the company cannot be similar or identical to the registered trademark.This provision can be used to block the names that the company intends to use for future. A company name cannot be similar or identical to that of a trademark. Therefore, once a trademark is registered, a company cannot be registered in the same name. This provision of the Companies Act, 2013 can be used by Entrepreneurs to block company names that they wish to use in the future for their business. Further, it is important for existing business owners also to register a trademark in their business name to avoid any complications in the future.

Today’s competitive markets have made advertising and branding a must for any business. Businesses spend on a range of advertising medium such as digital, newsprint, radio, TV, etc., to promote their brand among consumers. If a brand is not trademarked, the brand can be claimed by anyone. Therefore, it is important to file a trademark application for the brands prior to the beginning of advertisement campaigns.

A registered trademark can be used as an effective weapon against unfair competition. Today the marketplace is filled with copycats and counterfeiters who exploit unscrupulously used brand names for their own benefits. A registered trademark is an effective deterrent against such unfair competition. Under trademark act, remedies are available to the owner of a trademark for unauthorized use of his or her mark or its imitation by a third party.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • TM Trademark
  • TM Service Mark
  • R Register Mark
  • C Copyright

When there is a TM on the brand name or logo, it indicates that the trademark application has been filed and the registration is under process. An applicant can use the TM beside his brand name or logo once the application is filed. He can use it until the registration is done. After completion of registration, the TM gets replaced by ® which means the trademark registration is completed and it is valid for 10 years.

Trademark is an intellectual property consisting of recognizable sign or design in order to identify products or services from a specific source, although trademarks that are used to identify services are called service marks.

A trademark is basically any word, name, symbol etc. which is used to identify and distinguish products or services of one specific seller or service provider from those of other competitors in the market. It also indicates the source of the products or services.

The TM logo indicates an unregistered trademark which is still distinguished from similar products or services. According to the Trademark Act, an unregistered Trademark does not get total protection and cannot prevent a third party from using the same mark.

A Trademark classification is a procedure by which examiners and the trademark attorneys arrange the required documents including trademark and service mark application, according to the description of goods to which the marks are applicable.

Once the trademark application is successful, you receive an acknowledgement providing you the right to use the TM symbol. After the registration of it, you can use the ® symbol.

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