Trade Mark Service
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The Trademark Registration was established in India in 1940 and presently it administers the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the rules made thereunder. It acts as a resource and information Centre and is a facilitator in matters relating to trademarks in the country. The objective of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 is to register trademarks applied for in the country and to provide for better protection of trademark for goods and services and also to prevent fraudulent use of the mark.
Protect Your Brand Logo and Own it!
A person who claims to be the proprietor of the trade
mark in relation to goods and /or services may apply for the registration of a
Trade Mark. When two or more persons who use a trademark independently or
propose so to use it, as joint proprietors, they may apply for registration of
a trade mark as joint proprietors.
The representation of the trade mark must clearly identify the trade mark and should be in the prescribed manner as provided in the application form.
A common misconception is that registration of a company at Companies House provides the owner of the company with trademark rights in that name, but this is not the case. If a new company name conflicts with a registered trademark, that company name may have to be changed. Equally, if you do not register your company name as a trademark you might not be able to stop competitors trading with the same or a similar name later on. A trademark registration in itself can become a valuable asset of the company that owns it.
Do you a creative logo or any sort of brand name then mark it with us to protect your brand name.