Trademark Registration

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Trademark Registration

A trademark can be defined as the unique identity that makes your product or service stand out from the rest. The unique identity or presentation can be a symbol, photograph, slogan, word, sound, smell, color combination, or graphics. Most businesses usually look for enrollment of logo or name only. If you have come up with a unique idea or logo, then the only way to protect it as your special individuality is to register it as a trademark. A registered trademark is your company's intellectual property or intangible asset. It acts as a protective cover of the company's investment made in the logo or brand.

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Trademark symbols and their usage

SM Symbol

The ‘SM’ or Service Mark symbol is used for the service industry, specifically for service mark applications The SM symbol is used for applications that are filed under class 35-45.

R Symbol

Once a trademark is registered, then the applicant can start using the ® symbol to signify that the trademark is registered and protected from infringement under the Trademark laws.

™ Symbol

The ™ symbol is for unregistered trademarks for which the application has been filed. The TM symbol is thus used to indicate that a trademark application exists with respect to the trademark.

Documents required for Company Registration

PAN Card

PAN Card of Designated Partners.Foreign nationals must provide a valid passport.

Identity Proof

Aadhar card/Voter ID/Passport/Driving License of Designated Partners.

Address Proof

Latest Telephone Bill/Electricity Bill/Bank Statement /Gas/Water Bill of Designated Partners


Latest Passport size Color photograph of Designated Partners

Registered office Proof

Latest Electricity Bill of the registered office address

Benefits of Trademark Registration?

  • Creates Goodwill
  • Creates Unique Identity
  • Use of the symbol “TM” or ®
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Frequently asked questions
The Trademark Registry has classified goods and services under 45 classes. Each class lists a host of goods/services and depending on those you are offering, you need to mention the class(es) on your trademark application. The trademark would be registered and protected under those classes only.
If your trademark is similar to an existing application, would hurt religious sentiments, contains geographical names, or common words. It would also be rejected if it is likely to confuse.
If your brand name has already been registered, but under a different class, you're still in luck. Unless the brand is too well known (like McDonald’s or Fiat), your application is likely to be approved.
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