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Upon filing of the application, the registry will issue receipt with the filing date and number allotted to the application. The application is then formally examined by the Indian Trade Marks Office, as to its inherent registrability and/or any similarity with existing marks.

'TM' stands for Trademark. The use of TM notifies the public that the company is claiming exclusive ownership of the trademark and can generally be used by one who has filed a trademark application.


If an objection to registration is raised, an official examination report will issue. To overcome the objection, it is necessary to file a written response or presenting evidence of acquired distinctiveness and in most cases, an interview/hearing with the examiner is posted.

In order to contest the opposition, a counter statement should be filed within 2 months from the date of receipt of notice of opposition, failing which the trademark application will be abandoned and cannot be revived.


One can send Trademark Infringement Notice when anyone using someone else registered mark without permission or license. Unauthorized access of someone else trademarks in violation of the owner’s right if someone else is using an almost similar trademark, which is creating confusion in the market.

It is always advisable to send a legal notice first in the matter of trademark infringement to avoid hassles of the court.


Monitors new trademark applications for Journal Monitoring for opposition of trademarks. Any identical or similar trademarks owned by third parties to be identified. All new trademark logos that are deemed similar will be submitted to you for review. Monitoring of trademarks warn you when others try to register similar trademarks.

You’ll be notified through a message so that you can judge yourself. If you find that it is not an infringement, you can decide to not act, and if you believe that there is an infringement, you can object and stop the registration of the new trademark.