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Updated on 21 Oct 2020    9.00 AM IST | 4 min read

File Trademark Objection Reply in India

A trademark is a type of distinct expression related to a service or the product which differentiate this service or product from the other product or service. The distinct expression can be a smell, sound, combination of colors, graphic, logo, photograph, slogan and the word.

Because of some reasons which are also valid, the offices of trademark can raise objections on an application of the trademark that does not fulfill the legal standards. For the objection of trademark, there are various reasons. It can be happened because of the resemblance between a word or logo with a certain word or logo. Sometimes it also hurts the sentiments of a particular religion.

There are some reasons which can result into objection of the trademark. If you get any kind of objection regarding trademark objection from a different party, then you require to give reply within one month. From the department of trademark, you will get a legal letter of objection. But if you don’t reply then the registrar can cancel the application.

Why you need to give reply to an objection of trademark?

Before receiving the objection of trademark from the concerned department, you need to be prepared well in the advance. You need to show adequate proof which will establish the fact that your trademark is not similar to a logo or word of another company.

It offers your brand a distinct identity because the trademark depicts your organization which assists you to give other companies tough competition. A trademark gives special kind of protection to your brand.

Documents Required for Trademark Objection

  • Authorization Documents
  • Examination Report of Trademark
  • ID Proof
  • Address Proof
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Trademark Objection FAQ’S

Services and the goods are classified beneath 45 different classes by the registrar of the trademark. Your application requires to provide classes or class of the services and the goods. Under only these classes the trademark is registered.
The trademark is valid for a period of around ten years.
After the government allots the TMR number, you can use the TM mark along with your trademark.
A copyright is a type of safety which is provided to distinct content like software, songs, videos, music and the books. For protecting the slogan, logo or the name of a brand, a trademark is provided to a brand.
According to the trademark act 2000, those trademarks which are registered as per this act, they are sustainable in India. But in few countries, those trademarks which are already registered in India are deployed as a foundation for trademark registration in the particular country.
The domain name, business name or the company name registrations does not offer a type of right of monopoly or the ownership in the name of the company as the registrations of the trademark.
Trademark Objection reply refers to the response submitted against the objection given by the trademark examiner.
Trademark Objection is raised by the trademark examiner whereas Trademak Opposition is raised by the third party.
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