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What is Trademark Registration?
It can be described as the distinctive identification that stands out from the rest of the product or service. A emblem, an image, a symbol, a phrase, a tone, a scent, a colour combination or a graphic may be a specific identification or expression. Many organisations typically either pursue logo or name registration. If you have developed a new concept or logo, it is only by filing it as a trademark that you preserve it as your own unique name. An proprietary property or intangible property of your company is a registered trademark. The investment made on the logo or name is defensive. It serves as a protective shield.
In our country, trademarks are registered with the Ministry of Business and Commerce, Government of India, General Controller of Patents, designs and trademarks. Under the Act called The Trade Mark Act, 1999, you can easily register the trademark which you want. The registration grants you the right to sue anyone who threaten to copy your mark. Furthermore, nobody else can use a trademark identical to that of another user. You can use a R symbol when you enter a trademark and the trademark is valid up to 10 years from the day the trademark is registered. Inside 3 days, you can quickly get a TM. It takes up to 2 years to get a ®, though.
Documents Required For Trademark Registration
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you can trademark any one of the mentioned things or even a combination of the following:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
A trademark is a brand name. A trademark or service mark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services.
Term, expression or symbol identifying a corporation or product are trademarks. They discriminate between a company and its competitors’ goods or services. There was a mistake. Such trademark examples include acronyms (such as NBC, IBM) as well as logos, stylised fonts, and even colours.
- A word or design mark
- A certification mark
- A distinguishing guise
Indeed, the (TM) symbol has no legal value. Without registering the sign, you can use it on any label used by the organisation. A new sentence, slogan, text or concept, which a corporation plans to file through the USPTO, is the most common use of the TM symbol.
TM stands for a brand’s trademark. TM states that, although you may not have been licenced with the appropriate IP office, you claim a right to use the name as a trademark. Ⓡ means that the IP office in the country and the products and services you use with your mark are legally registered in that country.
However, if you do not have a registered trademark, you are legally not entitled to your name or brand. Even your name or your brand may not be yours.