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Trademark Renewal

Protect Your Trademark with Our Renewal Services
Trademark Renewal

    Fast and Hassle-free Trademark Renewal Services

    Renew your trademark within days and ensure uninterrupted protection of your brand!

    Trademark Services

    Ensure Your Trademark's Protection
    • Fast RenewalGet your trademark renewed within 3-4 days.
    • Preserve Your BrandSafeguard the rights to your unique name or logo.
    • Convenient Online ProcessRenew your trademark seamlessly online.
    • Expert ProfessionalsHighly qualified professionals assist you throughout the process.

    Duration for Renewal

    Understanding the Timeline

    Under the Trademark Act, trademark registrations in India are valid for 10 years. The renewal window opens 6 months before the expiry of the trademark registration. You can choose to renew the trademark with or without any changes.

    To ensure lifetime protection of your trademark, it is crucial to prepare and submit the Renewal application Form TM-R before the expiry period. TaxMother’s experts can assist you in preparing the renewal application and timely filing it with the Registrar.

    Removal from Trademark Register

    Consequences of Failing to Renew Your Trademark

    According to rules 63 and 64 in the Trade Mark rules of 2002, if a trademark is not renewed within 6 months of its expiry, the Registrar will issue an advertisement for its removal in the trademark journal.

    Documents Required for Trademark Renewal

    Essential Documentation for Renewal
    • Original Trademark Registration Certificate
    • Applicant's Address and Identity Proof
    • Power of Attorney (POA)

    Trademark Renewal Procedure

    A Step-by-Step Guide to Renewing Your Trademark
    • Submission of ApplicationFile the application forms TM-R and TM-12 along with the necessary documents. The renewal application can be filed by the owner or their authorized agent.
    • PaymentPay the required fees.
    • Application ReviewThe Registrar reviews the application, which is typically processed within a week. The renewed trademark is then published in the trademark journal.

    Trademark Infringement

    Consequences of Trademark Infringement

    Infringement of a trademark is a punishable offense with penalties ranging from Rs. 50,000 to 2,00,000, imprisonment from 6 months to 3 years, or both.