Trademark opposition?

INR 2999

After the examiner reviews your TM and finds that it qualifies for registration, your TM will be published in the TM Journal.
The purpose behind publishing a TM in the Journal is to enable any third party to view the TM and file a TM Opposition against it. Simply put a TM Opposition is filed by a third-party against the registration of your Trademark.

MyCompanyWala offers an easy Process for filing to TM Opposition from INR 2999/-

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Time limit for Trademark opposition

Within 3 months from the date of publication of the trademark.

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Documents Required


Only Scanned Copies are needed, Scanned copy of PAN Card of all directors and Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving


ID Proof

Scanned copy of PAN Card of all directors and Aadhar card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License


Address Proof

Latest Bank statement/ Utility bill in the name of director which should not be older than two months


Power Of Attorney

Duly signed by the applicant to authorise us to file an application on their behalf


Application Number

Application number of Trademark registered


What do you get from our side


Acknowledgement Slip

A TM registration acknowledgement slip with payment details

Frequently Asked Questions

Statutorily, Section 21 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 states that ‘any person’ can file the notice of opposition. This includes individuals, companies, partnership firms and trusts. In fact, if two or more persons have the same issues against a trademark, they can be joined together as opponents.

The owner of an earlier tm application or registration covering a similar Trademark for similar goods.
A person who has used the same or a similar trademark prior to the client, but who has not sought registration of the trademark. (Prior User)

The various grounds on the basis of which a person may initiate Opposition Proceedings are:
. The tm is similar or identical to an earlier or existing registered tm.
. The mark is devoid of distinctive character.
. The mark is descriptive in nature.
. Application for the tm is made with bad faith.
. The mark is customary in the current language or in the established practices of business.
. The tm is likely to deceive the public or cause confusion.
. The mark is contrary to the law or is prevented by law.
. The tm is prohibited under the Emblem and Names Act, 1950


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