Trademark Renewal 

 This application has to be filed on or before 6 months from the date of expiration of the registration. Trademark Renewal in India can help you keep your trademark perpetual and permanent as there are no restrictions on how many times and for how many years you desire to keep your trademark status active and registered.

Trademark Renewal

A registered trademark in India expires after 10 years. But, it can be kept permanent by filing a trademark renewal application online or offline by paying necessary renewal fees every 10 years

₹ 12899 All Inclusive

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Documents required for Trademark Renewal application

Applicant Proof & Legal Documents.

Proof of Applicant

PAN Card and Address Proof of Applicant, certificate of registration (other than Individual applicant).

Power of Attorney

It allows the attorney to file the trademark renewal application on your behalf with the trademark registry.

Address Proof Documents

TM Certificate

Trademark registration certificate issued by Registry.

Copy of TM-A

The application filed with the TM Registry for its registration is to be provided.

NOTE:  Further documents and scrutiny can be made on a case by case basis which is beyond our control.

Renew your TM in 3  Steps

Process for Trademark Renewal online

        1.  Follow Quick Process

  • Spread less than 10 minutes to fill out our online Questionnaire
  • Upload required documents
  • Make quick payment through our secured gateways

        2. Experts are Here to Help

  • Assigned Relationship Manager
  • Consultation for the renewal
  • Provide Application No & TM Registration Certificate.
  • Preparation & Filing of Application

          3. Start using renewed!

  • All it takes is 3-4 working days*
  • Day 1-Collection
      • Discussion and collection of basic Information
      • Provide required documents for trademark renewal services
  • Day 2-3 -Execution
      • Drafting of Documents by Professionals
  • Day 4-Submission
      • Filing of online TM renewal application
      • Sharing the acknowledgment

Frequently Asked Questions

An online application for renewal of Trademark in India shall be made no earlier than 1 year before the expiry of 10 years from the date of application. The application of Trademark Renewal after the expiry of a period of 10 years can be made only by payment of additional fees. Hence applying for renewal 6 months prior to the expiry date is ideal.
The Registry of Trademark may condone the period of delay for renewal of trademark by 6 months after the expiry of 10 years. Online application for Trademark Renewal in India can be made after the expiry of 10 years with a payment of additional fees.
An online trademark renewal application shall be made with the help of Registered Trademark Attorney in India with the payment of renewal fee and additional or late fee (as applicable). A trademark renewal request can be filed six months prior to the date of trademark expiry. Before the expiry of the trademark, the registrar sends a notice to the owner regarding the expiry and the renewal fees and conditions. In case of lapse, the trademark gets removed from the register. An extension period of six months post-expiration is given in case one misses the deadline along with an additional late fee.
You can apply for the restoration of an expired trademark within 6 months from its expiry date to keep using it. But the delay of 6 months can be risky and shall attract additional fees and documentation.
Trademark Registration is a long process that takes a number of documents and requires more time than the renewal. A renewal is basically for continuing your ownership and use of the trademark, while registration is the initial process to get its exclusive ownership. After completion of every 10 years, the trademark needs to be renewed.
In the case of non-renewal, the consequences are severe. Because the trademark would be removed from the register and any other person can claim it and get it registered to their name.
Trademark renewal does not create any changes in the rights of the trademark holder. As long as the trademark is valid, the trademark holder would enjoy all the rights that he/she acquired during the primary registration.
Trademarks are usually territorial and are valid only in the country where they are filed. However, one can file for registration separately in individual countries, which can be an expensive proposition or you can submit an application via WIPO or CTM for registration across multiple countries.

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