Trademark Opposition Advisory & Services in India[2022]-Onfiling

Trademark Opposition





A trademark opposition is an objection brought by a third party to the registration of a trademark within four months of the trademark once it is accepted for advertisement in a public journal. The Registry accepts oppositions from any natural or legal individual. This involves individuals, businesses, partnership firms, and trusts (s). Notably, the person filing the opposition does not need to have a commercial interest in the matter or a previously registered trademark with the Registry to file the opposition. Have you received any opposition or want to send do contact our trademark expert now.

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A Trademark is an intellectual property related to a product or service that differentiates it from others. Due to some reasons, trademark officers can have objections on any trademark application which does not meet their legal norms for which application for trademark opposition is filed.
Yes, the objection can be filed on the basis of a pending application or usage. Common law rights are recognised under the Trade Marks Act of 1999.
When your trade mark status in the Indian Trade Mark Registry website shows “Objected” and the Registrar/Examiner has raised one or more objections in the Examination Report.
The response to an opposition in a trademark examination report can be submitted by the trademark applicant through IPR experts also.
No you cannot use because firstly reply for the same should be drafted and submitted within 30 days. Also your application will show the objected status of trademark application which means an objection is raised on the application filed by trademark department.

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