Trademark Registration

Trademark Registration in Coimbatore

Solubilis Corporate Services LLP, Coimbatore, offers Trademark Registration Services in Coimbatore. We provide free trademark search services under the trademark Classes

"Trademark means a mark, capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include the shape of goods, their packaging, and the combination of colors."

A mark can include a device, brand, heading, label, ticket, name, signature, word, and letter, numerical, shape of goods, packaging or combination of colors or any such combinations.

Trademark Renewal - The registration of trademark validity is for a period of ten years but it may be renewed from time to time by making application on the prescribed form as per procedure and process In India. Thus the mark may be kept on the register perpetually by renewing the registration at the end of every ten years.

At some time between one or two months before the expiration of the last registration of the mark, the registrar will issue a notice to the registered proprietor.

Solubilis Corporate Services LLP provides an easy and hassle-free process of Trademark Renewal Service under the trademark Act 1999.



A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, or design, or a combination of these that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods of one party from those of others.


  • It should be a mark that may be a device, brand, heading, label, ticket name or any abbreviation of name, signature, word, letter or numerical shape of goods, packaging or combination of colors or any combinations thereof.
  • It must be capable of representing graphically.
  • It should be distinguishing the goods or services of one person from others.
  • The actual use or intent to use the trademark has to be demonstrated.
  • A detailed description of the product has to be given.


Protects your goodwill in the business.
Gives your products a status of Branded Goods.
Gives an impression to your customers that the company is selling some standard Products or Services.
The exclusive right to the use of the trademark in relation to the goods or services in respect of which the trademark is registered.
To obtain relief in respect of infringement (misuse by others) of the trademark.
Power to assign (transfer) the trademark to others for consideration.
The right to use the registered symbol® can deter the people who want to infringe your trademark.
Incontestable status after the use of a considerable period of time.
Visibility can be increased this can prevent the unintentional infringement.


  • Name and address of the applicant. If the applicant has more than one place of business, the principal place of business should be stated. If an applicant has no place of business in India, the service address can be stated.
  • The goods or service in respect of which the registration is sought and the class in which they fall.
  • Whether the mark is used or proposed to be used the mark is already in use, the date since when and the person by whom the mark has been continuously used.
  • The appropriate office of the trademark registry.
  • Representation of mark. (A specimen of the trademark should be attached).
  • The application and additional representation should be signed by the applicant or his duly authorized agent.

More information

    On receipt of the application for registration, it will be allotted an application number. The application is then examined to see whether it satisfies the requirements of the relevant provisions of act and rules.
    An objection of trademark arises with the following reasons:
    • The application first delivered before the registrar, the following objections may arise
    • The application does not comply with any of the formal requirements of the procedure.
    • The mark applied for is not a trademark within the meaning of the statutory definition.
    • The trademark is devoid of distinctive character or not capable of distinguishing or otherwise prohibited under section 9(absolute ground of refused.
    • The mark offends against section 11(relative grounds of refused).
    If the applicant satisfactorily meets all the objectives raised by the office, the application will be advertised in the trademark journal.
    Trademark opposition proceedings are initiated by the third party, here the third party means any person present in public who may have an objection towards accepting your mark.
    This is usually filed by the third party after the advertisement of the acceptance of the mark from the trademark registry which is in trademark journal.
    The applicant whose trademark got opposed need to respond back within a period of two months
    Where an application has been advertised as accepted and has not been opposed, or if opposed, the opposition has been decided in favor of the applicant, the mark will be registered.
    The trademark will be registered as of the date of rate making application and this date will be deemed to be the date of registration.
    If no one opposes the mark within four months from its publication in the trademark journal, then the trademark certificate can be issued within 6 to 10 months of time period.
    If there is any opposition by the third party, the process of getting a certificate may considerably extend to some more months.
    The trademark registration validity period is 10 years and after that, it has to be renewed.

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