Trade mark protection in India is perpetual subject to renewal of the registration after every 10 years. The application for renewal can be filed six months before the expiry of the validity period of the trade mark. Liberators offer the best price for Renewal from Rs 11,899.
Sec 25 of the Trademark Act 1999 allows registration of a trade mark for a period of 10 years. In keeping with the generally accepted international practice and to reduce the work-load of the Trade Marks Office, Section 25 allows renewal of registration for successive periods of 10 years, from the date of the original registration or the last renewal. With a view to facilitate renewal of registration, Section 25(3) provides for a grace period of six months for payment of renewal fee after expiry of registration, subject to the payment of the prescribed surcharge. Sub-section (4) provides for restoration of the trademarks to the register and renew the registration on payment of renewal fees.
Unlike patents, copyright or industrial designs, trade mark rights can last indefinitely if the owner continues to use the mark. However, if a registered trade mark is not renewed, it is liable to be removed from the register.
Benefits of Trademark Renewal:-
Right to oppose
if the rights holder of a trade mark come across a trade mark that is deceptively similar to their mark and which has been published in the Trade Marks Journal, they can oppose the impugned mark within three months of the publication of the journal.
Deduction under IT
expenditure incurred on registration of trade mark is capital expenditure thus allowable deduction under the Income-tax Act.
Perpetual in nature
Trademark protection in India is perpetual subject to renewal of the registration after every 10 years. The Application for renewal can be filed six months before the expiry of the validity of 10 years.
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