Private Limited Companies Can Avail 50% discount on Trademark Registration
TM indicates for the temporary mark. It can be used right away after filing the Trademark Application. When there is a TM on the brand name or logo, it indicates that the trademark application has been filed and the registration is under process. ® sign can be used when your trademark is registered successfully. ® means the brand name is registered under the Trademark Act.
For Proprietorship/ Individual: Rs. 4500/- (Government Fee)
For Companies: Rs. 9000/- (Government Fee)
For Companies Having MSME: Rs. 4500/- (Government Fee)
Our Professional Fee: Rs. 1499/- + GST
Fill our Registration Form & Make the Payment
We will create a search report for you.
We will draft the authorization letter
Upload the Required Documents
Our expert will file the TM Application
Congratulations! You can use now TM next to your Brand
How to do Hassle-Free Trademark Registration?
It takes a lot of time, effort, and money to develop a brand. As a consequence, you must ensure that you have the authorization to use your brand’s name, slogan, logo, packaging, sound, smell, color scheme, and everything else that gives it a unique identity. A trademark is a kind of intellectual property that sets your goods or services apart from those of your rivals in the market.
The Trademark Act of 1999 in India gives you the option to register a trademark. It gives the owner of the registered mark exclusive ownership rights and forbids others from using the mark.
The “TM” sign may be used by the applicant and the brand after a trademark has been registered. Trademark registration in India is crucial for brand protection. Given that trademark registration requires several stages and ongoing government oversight, it is usually advisable to do so under the guidance of a professional.
Eligibility to Register a Trademark
Trademark registration is a legal procedure that has to be followed by an entity in any country if it intends to protect its intellectual assets like symbol, logo, slogan, catchphrases, coined terms or company name. In India, trademark registration applications may be filed by individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. However, there are certain standards for each kind of person or company when it comes to submitting a trademark application. The following items are eligible for trademark registration in India.
By An Individual
A person who does not operate a company may also submit a trademark application and acquire registration for a symbol or term that the applicant intends to use in the future.
By Shared Owners of A Company,
Joint proprietors of a business may apply for trademark registration jointly, and the application must include both owners’ names.
By Proprietorship Company
A proprietorship company may submit a trademark registration application in the name of its owner, but not under the names of the business or the proprietorship. Both the proprietorship name and the business name that you give in your application will be taken into consideration independently.