Registration of a trademark is not compulsory. However, the registration is the prima facie evidence of the proprietorship of the trademark under registration.
Yes, foreign proprietors can also apply for registration in India. The trademark law in India is TRIPS compliant and provides for protection of well-known trademarks and recognizes trans border reputation.
Yes, the applicant can claim priority based on earlier application made in a convention country. The application needs to be filed in 6 months from the date of earlier application
No, for a trade mark to be registrable it is not necessary that the trade mark must have been in actual use. Even the marks that are proposed to be used can be registered.
Yes, a statement of use of a trade mark is required at the time of filing.
Yes, at the time of filing the trade mark application, “intent to use” the trade mark is sufficient
Yes the revised Trademarks Act, 1999 permits registration of trade marks for goods as well as services
Under the Trademarks Act; Goods and Services have been classified into 42 different classes and the applicant will have to ascertain as to which of the classes their goods fall under. Sometimes, the business of the applicant may relate to similar goods but (like tooth paste and tooth brush) under 4th Schedule of the Trademarks… Read more »
The 7th Edition of International Classification of goods and services (Nice Classification) is adopted in India.
Yes, a three-dimensional mark is registrable
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