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What is Trademark Objection?
The Trademarks Office can, for various reasons, have objections to your trademark application. This may be because the word, slogan, photograph, graphic, color combination, sound or logo is too similar to an existing trademark, because it could hurt religious sentiments or if it is likely to cause confusion, among various other reasons. These are few reasons which can lead to trademark objection. If you receive any objection like this from another party, then you need to respond back within a month, that is within 30 days. You will receive a proper legal objection letter from Trademark department. But if you still don’t take any steps, then the Registrar has the full rights to abandon the application.
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Trademark Objection refers to a refusal by the trademarks registrar to register your trademark on grounds which may include any one of the following: Example :word, slogan, photograph, logo, graphic, color combination, sound etc.
– The Trademark Registry has classified goods and services under 45 classes. Your application must mention the class/classes the goods/services represent. The trademark would be registered under those classes only. For instance, Class 28 refers to Toys, Games, and Sports. So if you want to protect your toy brand, you need to make an application under Class 28 and get exclusive commercial rights, to sell your brand of toys under that class.
– It is valid for a limited period of time i.e. for 10 years. But it is renewable indefinitely. You just need to pay the govt fee & professional fee for trademark renewal every time.
– A trademark is an intellectual property which is being assigned to a words, logos, images, slogans, and colors but on another hand, copyright assures you the protection for your unique content such as books, music, videos, songs, website or even software.
-After the application is registered with the government, a TM number is assigned by trademark department within 1-3 days of submission of application. After this, you can use TM with your brand. Once it’s registered, you can use the ® symbol.
-In India, you can get one ™ within three days, but it takes up to two years of registering so you can use the ® symbol.
– 1.Legal Protection Continues, 2.Unique Identity Protected, 3.Trust or Goodwill.
This symbol can use with the brand name until your trademark is not registered and the application is in pending status. This is to inform the public of his exclusive claim over the brand. The claim may or may not be valid depending upon the result of trademark registration.
It is also a kind of trademark which Service Mark, but it identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than a product. For example, you will use TM for a product and SM for a service like housekeeping.
This symbol is only applicable for your brand when the mark is being registered and the Certificate of Registration is issued by the Trademark Registrar.
Any Individual Person, Company, Trust, NGO, even Govt. agency can apply for Trademark.
Business name, product name, website domain name, brand name, logo or slogan can be trademarked.