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The term of protection for a registered trademark is not indefinite. The term of protection for registered trademark is 10 years from the date of application. This term shall be renewed for periods of 10 years.
Request for renewal needs to be made by the trademark proprietor within six months before the expiry of the protection date and the information regarding the payment of the fee needs to be submitted to the Office within the same period. In case no request is made or the information regarding payment of the renewal fee is not submitted to the Office within this period, renewal request may be made within six months after the expiry of the protection date, provided that an additional fee is paid.
The term of protection for a trademark can be renewed for all the goods and services it covers, or it can be partially renewed.
As a result, a trademark holder must pay a fee for trademark renewal to maintain the registration in order to keep protecting the trademark after 10 years.
We carry out procedures based on a power of attorney granted by the trademark holder upon request for renewal.
Please write to us to get more information or submit a request.
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