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The process to get a trademark registered is to file an application for trademark registration as well as the inspection of the trademark publication or the advertisement of the trademark, and opposition (objections) in the event that they are raised or noted, then filing the trademark, as well as renewal of the trademark every 10 years. 

The process of trade mark registration is simple, but it is recommended to seek the assistance of a professional trade mark registration services in order to simplify the process and make it more secure. 

1. Find trademarks. The applicant should be aware when choosing the trademark. There are numerous kinds of trademarks. Once you have selected a trademark it is crucial to do a thorough search through the trademark database accessible through the Trade Marks Registry to make sure that the trademark is unique and that there's no other trademark that is similar or similar to the trademark. This trademark registration search will reveal every type of trademark currently in the marketplace; regardless of whether they are they are officially registered or non-registered. It also shows whether the trademark sought is a similar trademark. 

2. Make an application for trademark The application for registration of the trademark could be filed in one class or in multiple classes entirely dependent on the type of product or service that the business is associated in. The form to apply for registration is the form TMA that is filled out online through IP India's Official IP India website or physically at the Trade Marks Office which depends on the status of jurisdiction for the trademark. A trademark application has to be supported by multiple documents that provide all the information regarding the trademark for which registration is required. In addition, if the applicant claims to have used the mark before of the trademark an affidavit has to be submitted to prove the use and evidence of prior use. 

3. Reviewing your trademark's registration with the Authorities of the nation. After the filing to trademark registry application, an exam report has to be issued to an Examiner after a thorough investigation of the application for trademark in line to the regulations stipulated in the Trade Marks Act, 2016. A report from the authority that conducted the examination could or might not contain an objection list that can be indefinite or relative. It is the report from the exam of the Trademark Authority Trademark Authority Trademark Authority is released within 30 days following the submission of the application to register. A response to the report is due within 30 days from the date of receipt of the report which lays out the arguments and explains any objections dismissed. 

4. Registration of the trademark The final stage of the whole procedure is registration. The application is granted registration after having overcome the objection and opposition to the trademark's registration. Furthermore, in the case that there was not a single object to the registered trademark within the publication or advertising time duration of four months or more, it will then issued an automatic certification of registration after the one week EUR(tm) time. Once the registration is completed, the trademark will last for 10 years after which it must be renewed within a specific time period.


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