Trademark Registration

A trademark is a business symbol that helps people to identify a particular product or service. A trademark can be a combination of colours, word, symbol, label, number, or other similar item used to distinguish a service or a product. The registered trademark protects the goodwill of the product and service, it’s legally prohibits the illegal use of others. The registered trademark will be valid for 10 years. Solubilis provide the trademark registration service in all over India. We have a finest professional and a decade of experience to provide a significant service.

Importance of Trademark Registration:

  • Trademark registration protects your brand name at the time of business expansion, a registered trademark is better than finding a new one.
  • No other companies allow you to use this name without your permission and it will further your business
  • To protect existing customers, a simple and good name with proper registration is conducive to the longevity of the business.
  • The brand name of the internet and social media is to gather its customers when the registered trademark gets more access.
  • A trademark is an intangible asset. It easily achieves positive emotions and boosts business growth
  • Copies of logo
  • PAN Card
  • Aadhar Card.
  • Proof for Address – Bank Statement or Telephone Bill or EB or Mobile Bill (Latest)
  • Signed form-48
  • Certification of Incorporation (in case of LLP or company )

Step 1: trade mark search & documentation

  • An application is filed to be reserving the logo or brand of the company to register their company brand name and receiving the documents for further verification.

Step 2: draft a form

  • On receipt of the application, CRC (Central Registration Centre) may either approve or reject the application.

Step 3: Form 48 and TM-1

  • An application is prepared by the trademark attorney. Form 48 and TM-1 will be prepared for approval and signature of the trademark applicant. The bond will be created in the 100 Rs bond paper.

Step 4: registration filing:

  • Trademark filing is completed with trademark registry, the applicant should pay the require amount.

Step 5: confirmation alert

  • Once the registration process is completed and the government is processing the application, the status of the application is updated periodically, in case of objection; an objection reply must be submitted within 30 days.


A trademark is a combination of a word, a name, a logo, a tagline, a unique symbol, a label, a number and a variety of colours. Trademarks are used for both goods and services and are used to distinguish commercial goods into similar products. It is considered an important business asset.

A person who wants to claim ownership on a specific and unique word or a logo can apply for trademark registration. It should belong to goods or service.

Three things to consider when choosing a first name - Avoid choosing a descriptive term for goods or services. Example: Open doors will not be allowed as the brand name of the door and secondly - avoid common names of any form - say backbone, lake view, power, fluidity etc., thirdly - avoid existing names, similar / phonically similar names.

Trademark registration is made over 45 difference classes according to the NICE classification. Each class representing different set of goods and services. While filing a trademark application its mandatory to mention good or service category.

Once the trademark application has been filed, the Registrar will examine the application on the basis of the same / common names recorded in the record. Also we have to submit feedback or apply for a hearing. If the reply is not filed within one month, the application will be rejected

It’s followed after the acceptance of trademark, The Trademark filed by us found to be unique after examination the examiner will accept the trademark, It is the process conveys and granting an opportunity for the public to raise opposition if any infringement found on this trademark. The trademark will be allowed for registration after 4 months from the date of advertisement.

Opposition of trademark is an opportunity given to public after the advertisement of trade mark in the Journal of trademark registry; any person can file opposition to the registration of the trade mark within 4 months from the date of advertisement. A third party usually oppose when there is a similar trademark to their existing trademark is published in the Journal. It’s mandatory to file counterstatement within two months from the date of opposition.

A trademark is obligatory and renewable one from time to time. Failure to renew may lead to the removal of trademark from the trademark register. Renewal is due after the ten years from the date of filing Trademark application.

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