Trademarks in India have validity of 10 years and after that it has to be renewed.
Trademark Renewal in India
Renew your Trademark at an offer price of ₹12,990/- Only (Inclusive of Government Fees and taxes)
In India, trademarks have a 10-year lifespan and can be extended indefinitely. The Registrar gives a six-month window to do so, starting from six months before the expiration date. In case Trademark is not renewed during that period, trademark owner can receive an expiry notice to the registered address before the six months are up. If renewal is not filed, the Registrar will publish an announcement in the Trademarks Journal stating that the trademark will be removed. However, this is unlikely to occur until 12 months after the expiration date. Through a procedure known as restoration, trademark registration can be renewed between 6 and 12 months after it expires.
Trademark renewal must be filed prior to the mark’s expiration date. To enjoy continuous trademark rights without the risk of litigation, the trademark renewal application form must be prepared and filed before the deadline. In India, trade marks may be renewed indefinitely as long as the renewal fees is paid on time.
Note Down The Documents Required To Renew The Trademark
- Copy of Registration Certificate
- Authorization letter in favour of the trademark agent
- ID & Address Proof of the Applicant
- Basic form to fill the details
What We Do?
✓ Preparation of Application
✓ Regular Tracking of Brand Status
✓ Avoid Brand Abandonment
✓ Consultation with TaxRodo Expert
✓ Regular updates on Application Status
Trademark Renewal for Individuals & Small
Trademark Renewal for Individuals and Small Entities with TaxRodo assistance.
Trademark Renewal for Corporates and Large Enterprises
Trademark Renewal for Corporates and Large Enterprises with TaxRodo assistance.
Features of Trademark
Trademark helps to protect the Brand, as it gives the brand owner exclusive right that no one else can use it.
A Trademark owner can claim for the remedies in the court of law in case someone else tries to use the brand name.
FAQs for Trademark Renewal
Every registered trademark has a validity period of ten years and if you want to use it after ten years, then you need to renew the trademark after paying the respective renewal fees.
Renewal term of Trademark is 10 years.
Yes, the examination includes whether application has been filed on time & by the person who is in the records.