Trademark Registration

File trademark to protect your brand name / logo

Trademark Registration


Procedure For Trademark Registration

Step 1
Complete our trademark Form

You really want to fill our basic web-based brand name application structure and submit records.

Step 2
Conduct your trademark search

Our specialists conduct a Trademark Search to determine whether the distinctive logo name filed is available.

Step 3
Select Appropriate Class

We will recommend one of the 45 classes that best suits your products based on their nature.

Step 4
Trademark Application filed

Within three days, we will file your trademark application and obtain your TM number.

Step 5
Trademark registration completed

If no competitor objects to your trademark application, it will be registered within 1.5 to 2 years.

Trademark Registration

A trademark is a word, name, number, label, color combination, or other visual symbol. used by a company to distinguish its services or products from those of other businesses that produce the same goods or services. The Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trademarks, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India, maintains a list of trademarks in India. Under the Trademark Act of 1999, trademarks are registered, granting their owners the right to sue for damages in the event of trademark infringement. A company's intellectual property is represented by registered trademarks, which are used to protect its investment in a particular brand or symbol. If your products and services are unique, you must register your trademark.
A proposed trademark cannot be registered if it is identical to an already registered trademark. Besides, brand names are not registerable, in the event that it is hostile, general, questionable, not one of a kind, incorporates explicitly safeguarded tokens, and so forth. The R symbol can be applied to a trademark after it has been registered, and the registration will be in effect for ten years. By submitting a trademark renewal application for an additional ten years, registered trademarks that are about to expire can regularly renew the registration process.
The "Sahyog" process is used to register trademarks in Mumbai, Pune, Akola, and Amravati. We provide high-quality trademark services like trademark registration, search, renewal, and patent filing, among other things.

Documents needed for Trademark Registration

Before planning of the reports, it's vital to get an approval letter that is properly endorsed by you since it empowers us to petition for brand name enrollment for the benefit of you. After receiving the authorization letter, we begin compiling the necessary application materials online. You will be granted permission to use the TM symbol as soon as the application is approved. The following documents must be submitted with your trademark registration application:


What can be registered as a trademark?


A name that includes the applicant's personal or surname as well as their signature, such as Dhirubhai Ambani, can be trademarked.


A word that isn't by and large straightforwardly clear of the person or nature of the products/administration. Google, for instance, is a registered trademark.


Any combination of letters, numbers, or other alphabetic characters. 555 brands, for instance.


Picture, image, monograms, 3-layered shapes, letters, and so forth. Take, for instance, Nike's tick in the logo.


Marks for sound in audio format. Take, for instance, the sound in the commercial

But these, different things which can be reserved are an imagined word or any erratic word reference word or words, letters or numerals, gadgets which might incorporate extravagant gadgets or images, monograms, a mix of varieties or a solitary variety in mix with a word or gadget, the state of products or their bundling, 3-layered sign, mottos and express, logo, realistic substance, and so on.

Who all is eligible to apply for a trademark?

In setting to the brand name rules and guidelines in India, things like sound, logo, words, phrases, colors, pictures, images, initials, or a combination of every one of these can be enlisted.

A brand name application can be made by:


The trademark must be registered in the name of the business or company in question in the case of NGOs and LLPs. Any individual, claiming to be the owner of a brand name utilized or planned to be applied by him, may apply recorded as a hard copy in an endorsed way for enlistment. The candidate's name, address, and power of attorney, as well as the date and duration of use of the trademark, must all be included in the application. The application should be in English or Hindi. At the appropriate office, it needs to be registered.

What Is Included In Our Package?


Application Preparation

Name search & approval

Application Filing

Same day Filing


Advantages of Trademark Registration

Excellent Chance for Business

A product or service that is sold under a registered trademark helps customers build trust, safety, quality, and goodwill. When you are connected to other sellers, it gives you a distinct identity.

Legal Defense

If you have any doubt that someone else has copied your trademark, a registered trademark owner has the legal right to sue them for copying your logo, brand, name, or slogan.

Create Your Own Identity

A single product or service can only be identified by its brand name. Having a trademark registered ensures that no one else will use it, keeping it a company's distinctive asset.

Global Trademark Registration

A trademark that is registered and filed in India can also be filed in other nations (including countries outside of India). In addition, foreigners can register and file trademarks in India.

Development of an intangible asset

The brand name can be an important resource on the off chance that your image fabricates a name and succeeds. When a trademark is registered, it becomes an intangible asset that can be traded, franchised, distributed, or contracted for commercial purposes. Both the business and the owner stand to gain from this. A brand name is a protected innovation for the association.

Encroachment security

Documenting a brand name guarantees the reserved item isn't utilized unscrupulously by some other organization or Person. But if the trademark is used by a third party without the owner's permission, the owner can ask for legal protection and even sue the person or company that used the trademark incorrectly.

Exclusive privileges

When a trademark is registered, only the person who owns the trademark can use it. The owner may use the same trademark for any and all products that fall into the same categories. The owner is also able to prevent any unauthorized use of the trademarked item because they have exclusive rights to the product or service.

Using the trademarked symbol

Once the trademark has been filed, the business can use the registered symbol (®). The logo is proof of the way that the brand name is as of now enrolled and can't be applied by another individual or another organization. The owner of the trademark has the option of filing a lawsuit against the other party in the event of illegal use.

Separating items

Customers can quickly find out about products thanks to trademarks. They can separate among the different sorts of items as the items will generally make a character for themselves.

Advertises goods and services

The trademark is the company's or product's face when it is registered. Differentiation and brand creation are both aided by this. The majority of businesses acquire their identity through trademarks, so they play a crucial role in promoting and increasing the value of brands.

Keep the commercial goodwill safe.

The registered owner of a trademark has the authority to build, safeguard, and safeguard the goodwill associated with their products or services. The owner has the ability to prevent other businesses from illegally using his trademark. Additionally, if the infringer uses the brand name, one can sue for damages for any infringement.

Promoting sales

A company's customers associate a feature of its product or service with the brand's name. Because this version of the product is available on the market, it attracts more and more customers, which helps to boost sales.

Steps for Getting a Trademark

Step 1 : Trademark search (1 day)

On behalf of their clients, Sahyog conducts trademark availability checks to ensure that the name or design they want has not already been taken or is not too similar to a trademark that is already in use.

Step 2 : Create trademark application (1 day)

We will send you an authorization letter that needs to be properly signed by you and returned to us once we have confirmed that the name or design you have selected is both available and exclusive. Our lawyers are authorized to submit a trademark application on your behalf by these letters.

Step 3 : Trademark application submission (1 day)

Our lawyers will file the trademark on your behalf once we receive the authorization letter, and you can begin using the TM symbol right away provided that no information is incomplete or incorrect. We will furnish you with the TM application number. We record the brand name either at the focal brand name division office or on the web. A registered attorney or agent is the only person who can file a trademark online.

Step 4: Trademark registration (1.5 years)

When a brand name application is finished, your application will be confirmed by the brand name office. The government can also object if your name is similar to another trademark in the same category or if the name offends religious sentiments or is considered obscene.
The trademark registrar will place an advertisement in the trademark journal if no objections are made. The trademark should be registered within the next six months if no opposition is filed by any party within four months. We will regularly update you on the progress of your application during this time. In the event of these objections, you will be required to pay the additional fee.

Step 5: Hearing before Registrar

In the event that the item has been recorded on your brand name and the resistance disagrees with your reaction, then a conference is held before the enlistment center. We select legal advisors (charges extra) to take up your case before the enlistment center.

Trademark Objected

If a trademark is registered and has the status "Objected," it means that the authority has received one or more objections to the trademark. This could be because the trademark is similar to other registered trademarks or because it is offensive, even though there are other reasons to object to the trademark. The protest is raised under segment 9 and area 11. In the event that the authority determines that the trademark is descriptive of goods, objections are made in Section 9. You must provide appropriate evidence and demonstrate that your Trademark is distinctive in order to overcome this objection.
When the authority sees the same trademark, which indicates that a trademark for similar goods, services, or products already exists, they raise objections in Section 11. In order to overcome the objection, the candidate must ensure that they submit the required documents within the allotted time after the objection has been resolved.

Trademark Renewal

In the long run, applying for trademark registration alone will not work. The brand name stays substantial only for 10 years after that one requirements to petition for Brand name Recharging.
Brand name reestablishment should be recorded before the expiry of the brand name. In order to maintain seamless trademark protection without the risk of litigation, the renewal application form must be completed and submitted prior to the deadline.

Renewal Process and Forms

Validity of a registered trademark

The candidate can begin using the TM symbol on products or services once the trademark application is registered in the TradeMark office or online. If the trademark is registered, the candidate specifies the ® symbol over his trademark. From the time they are registered, all trademarks remain in effect for a period of ten years.
A trademark can be renewed at the end of its validity by submitting the "Form TM-12" fee to the government within six months of the trademark's expiration date. After six months and one year have passed since the trademark's last registration, it can be renewed using Form TM-13 (Restoration & Renewal).

Important information about trademark registration online

It is now possible to quickly register a trademark online thanks to advancements in technology. To register online without going to the registry office, you can get help from a registered trademark attorney.

VIENNA codification process

In the brand name process, Vienna codification is a critical stage. After you complete the application, you will receive a global classification. Your application for registration will now be marked "Sent for Vienna codification" at this point.

Examination of Trademark

The Trademark officer will evaluate the trademark in accordance with specific guidelines and procedures once the trademark application for the Vienna classification has been submitted. The officer has the option of accepting or rejecting the application.

Hearing before Trademark registrar or officer

The candidate can request a hearing if the trademark application is rejected. On the off chance that the official is happy with the given records, the application will be moved. Yet again in the event that the official isn't fulfilled, the application gets denied. The Intellectual Property Appellate Board can be contacted if the applicant is unsure of the reason for rejection.

General Trademark Protection Solution

We provide a comprehensive set of options to safeguard your trademark in India. Prior to use of the imprint and post-utilization of the brand name, "Sahyog" will help you with interview on safeguarding your brand name. However, "Sahyog" or its employees are unable to guarantee trademark registration, and the Trademark Registrar holds the sole final authority for trademark registration.

Trademark Search

We can help you conduct a trademark search prior to filing for a trademark. The Trade Marks Act prohibits the registration of identical or related trademarks. It is easy to gain an indistinguishable brand name from a brand name search. A Trademark Examiner, on the other hand, applies the connection test case-by-case. Therefore, neither "Sahyog" nor any of its employees can anticipate which trademark applications will be rejected.

Trademark Objection

In the event that the Trademark Examiner rejects a trademark application, the candidate may respond to the objection with evidence in support of the trademark's registration. In light of the answer, the Analyst can require a consultation or permit the brand name documenting to proceed or deny the brand name application

Trademark Opposition

The Trademark Registrar will publish the trademark to be registered in the Trademark Journal prior to the completion of the trademark registration process. Following this, he will grant any individual 90 days to raise opposition.

Certificate of Registration

After completing each of these steps and having your application accepted, you will be able to begin using the ® symbol, which indicates that the trademark has been registered. The entire process, which may take one to two years, is dependent on the government.

Infringement trademark

Using a trademark that has already been registered is illegal. Any person found using it will receive a notice requiring them to stop using that trademark.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Trademark Registration?

The process of registering visual symbols—such as words, names, devices, labels, digits, and so on—is known as trademark registration. The candidate or trademark owner can protect his or her logo or trademark by registering a trademark in India. Brand name enlistment likewise assists with sidestepping duplication inside the brand names.

How to get trademark registration done?

The most straightforward method for finishing brand name enrollment, includes the initial step as "choosing a name then, at that point, doing a brand name search, after that documenting an application for the brand name enlistment". then submitting the required documents, such as the trademark's name and address. The trademark is then published in the Indian Trade Mark Journals following the examination of the application. Lastly, the certificate of registration for the trademark.

How much does it cost to register a trademark?

Beginning at: Rs. 1,499 plus tax Fees

What is the interaction to get brand name enrollment?

The steps to register a trademark are as follows:
Step 1: The selection of a trademark is the initial step.
Step 2: The applicant is required to conduct a search of the trademark records registry to ensure that the proposed trademark is not identical to or similar to a trademark that has already been registered.
Step 3: The trademark office or online searching are both options.
Step 4: It's best to talk to an experienced lawyer because they know a lot about their field and are ready to do a thorough search.

What are the necessary documents to register the trademark?

To register a trademark, all applicants, including businesses, must provide the following documents. Address verification of the individual or organization enrolling for the brand name, a duplicate of the logo, endorsement of organization deed, and ID confirmation of the individual enlisting a brand name.

What is trademark infringement?

The illegal use of a product or service mark associated with a trademark or service mark is known as trademark infringement.

Is the registration of a trademark valid for all goods and services?

Registrations of trademarks are specific to the products or services they describe. Registrations may be specific to a product or service. Additionally, they fall into a Class of goods or services that it denotes. As a result, the trademark registration will be effective for the entire group of products or services it describes.

Is digital signature useful for trademark registration?

Indeed, the specialists command it for candidates to check every one of the reports they submit including the application for brand name enrollment applying a Class III Computerized signature. All of the documents will be accurately e-verified by our professionals.

How long does a trademark registration last?

The registered trademark only lasts for ten years from the application's filing date. After that, an application for trademark renewal is required.

When can I use symbol R or TM?

Following the submission of a trademark application, the symbol "TM" can be used. The letter "R" must be used after a trademark is registered. Only the products and services listed on the registration certificate can make use of the ® symbol.

In India, who can apply to register a trademark?

In India, any individual, foreign company, society or trust, partnership firm, LLP or private limited company, etc. can apply for trademark registration. anybody can apply.

Can a trademark application be registered in more than one class?

The trademark application can be submitted as a separate single class or as a multiclass application.

What is Trademark Class?

The Brand name Library has arranged labor and products under 45 classes. The class or classes of the goods or services must be mentioned in your application. Only those classes would be used to register the trademark.

What is a trademark's validity?

It is substantial for a restricted timeframe for example for quite a long time. However, it can be renewed at any time. You only need to pay the fee each time you want to renew your trademark.

When can I pair my trademark with TM?

Within one to two days of submitting the application, the trademark department will assign a TM number to the application once it has been registered with the government. You can use TM with your brand after this.

Copyright, on the other hand, ensures that your unique content, such as books, music, videos, songs, or software, will be protected. While a trademark is an intellectual property that is being assigned to a word or logo, a trademark is not a trademark.

In India, what are the necessary supporting documents for trademark registration?

In order to register a trademark in India, you will need to provide proof of identity. in the event of individuality).While on another hand you want to create organization joining reports on the off chance that the substance is an organization.

Will my Exchange Imprint Library be legitimate across the world?

No! The Trademark Act of 2000 only allows a trademark to be registered in India. Be that as it may, in not many different nations, it tends to be utilized as a base for enrolling the brand name in those nations.

Do I still need to register a trademark for my company name if it is already registered under the Companies Act?

Organization or area enlistment won't safeguard your image personality. You must register your trademark in order to safeguard the identity of your business.

Which cities offers trademark registration services Sahyog?

Sahyog, which offers trademark application services throughout India in all cities, is responsible for "Trademark Registration" in India. We have done reserve enlistment in Mumbai, Pune, Akola, Amravati.

What different trademark classes?

The Brand name Library has arranged labor and products under 45 classes. The class/classes of the merchandise/administrations ought to be referenced precisely in an application. Only those classes would be used to register the trademark. While doing a brand name search you ought to possibly be concerned on the off chance that a brand name with a comparable name exists in a similar class. For instance, if ComSys, an IT service provider, registers the same trademark in a different class, you will acquire your trademark.
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