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Trademark Restoration Process

Step 1
Trademark search and application filing
Step 2
Trademark application analysis
Step 3
Trademark Objection
Step 4
Trademark reply/hearing
Step 5
Trademark publish that may lead to opposition
Step 6
Trademark registration/restoration/renewal


Trademark Restoration

A trademark is a sign, symbol, word, or words registered or legalized for the use of representation of a company’s product or services. Hence, any tamper or illegal use of this trademark by any other company it does not belong to, gives the authorized company the right to legal action – making trademark of a company the most important feature of its existence.

Once a company is formed, it must register its trademark with the Registrar, which is valid for ten years only. Therefore, to retain its trademark rights after the ten years of validity, the company must renew it from time to time. Trademark renewal will help in the preservation of right and all the protection that comes with it.

Trademark renewal process must begin six months before the expiration of the validation period. If the company has not applied for the renewal process, the Registrar will send the company a notice 1-3 months before the expiration date. The company that fails to apply for the renewal process with the renewal fees within this period or until after the expiry, will lose its trademark and bear the adverse effects.

If the period to renew the trademark registration has lapsed, then the company can apply for the restoration of the trademark. However, this restoration application has to be made six months to one year from the expiration date.


Eligibility Criteria for Trademark restoration

The eligibility criteria for Trademark restoration are as follows:

Trademark restoration can only be filed after the time you were given to file trademark renewal application have passed.

Documents Required for Trademark restoration

  • Form TM-12: This application is filled when the renewal process is within the timeline. There will be no surcharge fee required.
  • Form TM-10: This application is filled when the renewal process is carried within the six months before the expiration date. A renewal fees is applicable in this case.
  • Form TM-13: This application is filled when the trademark is removed from the register of trademarks. The renewal and restoration process will take place six months to one year after the expiration date of registration and both renewal and restoration fees is levied to the applicant.

Process for Trademark restoration

Following is the process of Trademark restoration

  • Application of restoration shall be made in form TM-10
  • Application shall be made by either registered owner of the trade mark or his authorised agent.

Our Assistance to file the Trademark restoration

We, at Registrationwala provide end to end solutions for Trademark restoration. Our services include:

  • Collection of information and starting the process
  • Drafting the application
  • Reviewing the draft and making changes if necessary
  • Filing the application

Registrationwala.com is a leading legal consultancy firm providing the comprehensive services relating to Trademark restoration

Contact us now if you seek to restore your trademark registration for another 10 years.

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