trademark registration in Coimbatore

Procedure for Application – Trademark Registration in Coimbatore

Corresponding Law and  Procedure This section corresponds to Section 20 of the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act,1958.Section 18,19,20,21 and 22 of the Act lay down the procedure for application for Registration,its acceptance by the Registrar,the withdrawal of his acceptance in certain cases,the opposition for registration and correction or amendment,and the advertisement of the application for registration.From these sections 18 to 22,one thing is clear that when an applicant makes his application for registration,the onus is the first place is upon…

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Correction of Registered Trademark – Trademark Registration

Trademark is anything that is to be used, to find the goods of one manufacturer from the goods of others. Simply,it is known as a  brand name. Trademarks are important business tools because these they permits organisations to produce their product’s reputation without having to worry that the product will decline their reputation or profit by  cheating the consumer.So,we have to register a trademark as simple,unique and simply identify by the customers.If any correction in the application of a trademark…

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Goods exempted from operation of notification-Trademark Registration

Trademark is a virtually detectable sign like  name, words, label, symbol or goods which is legally registered and this trademark represents a organization, company, product or service to differentiate it from other companies or products.This section corresponds to section 117 of the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act,1958. The following classes of goods are exempted from the operation of the notification materials imported by the railways and marked with the name of the railway; samples or patterns readily distinguishable as such…

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How to protect the Vested Rights – Trademark

Trademark is a virtually detectable sign like  name, words, label, symbol or logo which is legally registered and this trademark represents a organization, company, product or service to differentiate it from other companies or products.To register a trademark, must be a sign which must be devoid of any distinctive character, must not be descriptive of quality of goods or services and it must be a generic word, i.e., the word must not be taken  from the dictionary.If you won’t  register…

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Trademarks Registry Deals with False Trade Description

Trade and Merchandise Marks Act,1958,section 79  provides the information about any person who sells,lets for hire or exposes for sale,or hires in his possession for sale,goods or things,or provides or hires services,to which any false trade mark or false trade description is applied . This  may be applied or required to have applied to them an indication of the country or place in which they were made or produced or the name and address of the manufacturer,or person for whom…

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Renewal of trademark-procedures and processes

The registration of a trademark,after the commencement of the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act,1958,shall be for a period of ten years,but may be renewed from time to time in accordance with the provisions of the section 24 of the Trade and Merchandise Act,1958.The register shall on a application made by the registered proprietor of a trademark in the prescribed manner and within the prescribed period and subject to payment of the prescribed fee,renewal the registration of trademark for a period…

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What is trademark dilution? – Trademark Registration in Coimbatore

Dilution of trademark: Trademark dilution is a legal clause which allows the company to prevent others from using such a mark in a way that would lessen the unique standing of the trademark. The owner of the trademark can take the legal action against anyone who purposefully blurs or tarnishes the mark. It is somewhat related to lowering the value of earlier trademark. The mark is said to be diluted if the exclusivity of the earlier trademark gets lowered. It…

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What is parallel imports and the exhaustion of rights?

Benefits of parallel imports suffice to apply the exhaustion: It is beyond doubt that restricting parallel imports benefits trademark owners and the local licensees. The application of the doctrine of international exhaustion and resultants parallel imports are resented by the local licensees. The economic interests of the consumers appear to justify the application of the doctrine of international exhaustion so as to reap the benefit from lower prices, resulting from parallel importation and greater competition. If the parallel imports do…

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Special provisions relating to trademarks and prior users

Protection to certain trademarks: Where a trademarks contains or consists of geographical indication and has been applied for or registered in good faith under the law relating to trademarks for the time being in force, or where rights to such trademark have been acquired through use in good faith either Before the commencement of this act; or Before the date of filing the application for registration of such geographical indication under this act; Nothing contained in this act shall prejudice…

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Conviction of the Trademark Connects the Consumers

Conviction from the consumers to the trademark is very much important. We are going to discuss some trademark ideologies over here. Some simple things need to be considered  to see a great impact in our business. Trademark: Trademark is a sign or symbol which represents our brand or product. It shows a distinctive quality of the enterprise and the producer of the goods. When the mark is more related to service rather than mentioning goods is what we called as…

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