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Trademark Opposition Form

As far as Trademark Opposition in India is concerned, Section 21 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 says that “any person” who wants to oppose a trademark application can do so by filing a Trademark Opposition.

  • An applicant must have trademark registered for filing opposition
  • Any entity/consumer/buyer/purchaser/ likely to use goods.
  • If the mark is contrary to the law or prohibited under the Emblem and Names Act, 1950.
  • If the mark contains matters related to hurting any religious sentiments of any class or section of people


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Opposition Notice


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Opposition Notice & reply


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How we work?

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Expert will analyze and examine and make a report.

Drafting of Opposition done.

Expert will send you the draft for approval.

Congratulations! Your Trademark Opposition has been successfully applied.

Benefits from the Service

Limit one from the creation of the brand

It is very crucial to limit one from the creation of a brand and also acquire the approval of Registration of Trademark because a brand value, popularity plays a key role.

Identical Trademark is banned

It remains very beneficial for the Trademark Owner to stop/ban any similar/identical trademark user which can hinder/dilute a reputation of a brand in future.

Clear Confusion

It is also beneficial towards the consumers because in a way it clears the confusion surrounding a brand.

Key Factors / Important Points

  • Rule 44 of the Trademark Rules, 2017 states that an applicant can further file a counter statement in Form TM-O within 2 months.
  • On failure of filing the counter-statement by the applicant, the Registrar will take down the form and won’t approve it for the registers.

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