Basically trade mark registration is the protection of your brand or company for duplication of products or services. If your brand has not been registered then anyone can easily copy your logo or product or trade name and your business can suffer due to such duplication.
In other way, if your brand has not been registered but it has good goodwill in the market and anyone get registration in the name of your brand. After getting the Trade Mark Registration such person can file sue against you and also demand for the compensation. In such case you will have to stop you product and will have to pay compensation to this person.
- Name of Trademark
- Nature of Product or Services
- MSME Registration Certificate (if any)
- Power of Attorney (POA)
- Board Resolution in case of Company
- Registered Address of Entity
- Logo of the Entity (JPG)
- Proprietor/Director/Partners' Aadhar Card
- PAN Card of the Directors
- PAN Card of LLP/Company
- Email ID of the company
- Mobile No for the Company
Trademark registration is prima facie evidence of the validity of the registration and the rights conveyed by registration. In legal proceedings relating to registered trademarks the fact that a person is registered as the proprietor of the trademark is evidence of the validity of the original registration of the trademark unless the contrary is proved.
The right to use the symbol ® or “R” or word registered