Trademark Opposition

A trademark application filed by an applicant can be opposed by any person for various reasons during the trademark application stage. The person filing the opposition need not have any commercial or personal interest in the matter or be a prior registered trademark owner.

According to Section 21 of the Trademark Act, “any person” can file a trademark notice, irrespective of commercial or personal interest in the matter. The question of bona fides of the opponent does not arise. Hence, trademark opposition filing can be filed by a customer, member of the public or competitor or any other person. Also, the person filing the trademark opposition need not be a prior registered trade mark owner.

BASIC

iNR 6,299

Drafting and filing of opposition notice. Exclusive pricing for trademark applications filed by Agencer.Inclusive of government fee and service tax.

STANDARD

iNR 8,299

Drafting and filing of opposition notice. For trademark applications NOT filed by Agencer. Inclusive of government fee and service tax.

PREMIUM

iNR 13,299

Drafting and filing of opposition notice with written notice to the other trademark applicant. Inclusive of government fee and service tax.

Updated on 18/07/2021