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TM examination report reply

Trademark objection is a preliminary refusal issued by the trademark examiner after examination of your trademark application. Some common grounds for objection are Lack of distinctiveness under section 9 of trademark act 1999 or similarity with pending or registered marks under section 11 of trademark act 1999. Other reasons are usage of geographical names, international proprietary names, offensive or obscene words as a part of or as a trademark. Trademark search is very important before filing a trademark application, which reduces chances of objection. Once objection is received from the trademark registry, a proprietor of the mark has to file a trademark objection reply within 30 days of the of the status reflected as trademark status objected. A trademark objection reply needs to be filed with the registrar within a period of 30 days from the date of the issue of the examination report and failing to overcome all the objections raised by the examiner will lead to abandonment of the trademark. The abandonment puts you into the position in which you were before filing the application – meaning, you’ve lost your money spent on filing. At Unilex Consultants we provide you a hassle free filing of trademark objection reply which would be dealt by our professionals within a time frame of 2-3 working days. Our team takes care of the documentation and aids in provide you the realistic estimation of cost.

Documentation for filing online trademark reply

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Application number

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Power or attorney

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KYC of Proprietor

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Process involved in registering a Trademark objection reply

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Gathering Information

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Drafting Reply

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Reply Submission

FAQs About TM objections

What are the reasons for Trademark Objection?
Trademark appears similar to the existing trademark Deceptive trademark Trademark with symbol or words deemed to be offensive Unclear specifications of goods or services
What is the procedure of filing trademark objection reply ?
Trade Mark objection can be filed as per client requirement for quickly registration of trade mark by filing reply as per the objection raised by trade mark officer & if the examiner is satisfied from this reply, then the application is ordered for the advertisement / publication in the trade mark Journals.
Trademark objection reply requirements?
For filing trade mark objection following documents & information are required: Trademark Application Number. Copy of TM-1. ID & Address Proof of the Applicant. Power of Attorney.
Time for filing trademark objection reply?
We file reply within 2-3 days after the completion of documents from the client.

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