Opposition Counter Statement

File a timely response to opposition on your trademark.

Once a trademark is accepted and published in trademark journal, it may be opposed by a third party.

In such a case, the applicant has two months to reply to such opposition by way of filing a counter statement. A copy of the counter statement is served upon the opposing party by the register

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Discussion / collection of basic information along with required evidences

Statement by qualified attorneys

Confirmation and filing of opposition counter statement

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Day only

Document Required

Trademark application number

Details of Person filing Counter

Power of Attorney (If filed through an Attorney)

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Frequently Asked Questions

In case the renewal is filed within six months of expiry of the due date the proprietor is charged with surcharge of 4500/- INR.

In case the proprietor fails to renew its trademark within six months of expiry the trademark then it is likely to be removed from the records, however request could be filed to restore the removed trademark where the proprietor is charged with 9000/- INR surcharge fees.

If the Applicant is a company in that case the authorized director of the company can sign the power of attorney.

Yes, the Applicant can renew the mark after every ten years.

The Applicant will be required to pay separate renewal fees for each mark to be renewed.

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