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A trademark is a symbol which may be a word, name, device, label, numerals or combination of colours used to identify certain goods or services and distinguish it from other similar goods or services originating from a different undertaking. When a Company or an individual identifies a product, symbol or mark and wish to safeguard the same from being copied or misused then the Trademark registration is required. The registration provides the owner with the right to file a suit in case of Infringement of right, Builds trust and goodwill and also builds a separate Identification in the market. Trademark Act, 1999 allows you to register a trademark in India.

Application for logo registration can be done quickly and online. One can start using a “TM” symbol as soon as the application is made. However, TM registration process takes up to 5-6 months. It includes various processes for validating original ownership of the mark. Trademark registration in India is going through many innovative changes. Consider this – one can now avail trademark for Unconventional Marks through which even a distinct sound can now be registered as a trademark in India.


Step 1: Trademark Search

A entrepreneur or a trademark professional must conduct a trademark search of the trademark database. A trademark search will provide information about identical or similar trademark that has already been filed with the trademark registry.

Step 2: Preparation of Application

Once the entrepreneur has selected the trademark after that we will help you prepare your trademark application along with other documents.

Step 3: Submit Application

Submit application in the prescribed form to the Trademark Registrar along with other documents.

Step 4: Trademark Examination

Trademark Officer would then review the trademark application for correctness and issue a trademark examination report.

Step 5: Trademark Registration Certificate

Trademark Registrar after complete verification will issue a Trademark registration certificate.


It increases the brand value of your business. it is a part of the intellectual property of the Company.

A registered trademark builds greater trust amongst the customers. Customers prefer to buy products that have a registered trademark.

Trademark gives you legal protection after getting your trademark registered, You Have complete protection of brand.

A trademark takes over as your brand’s prime identity in the market. Customers upon noticing the trademark, tend to favour the products they recognise and have an idea about.

It makes easy for customers to find your products. It makes your product and identity of products different from that of the existing and foreseen competitors and acts as efficient commercial tool.

Once the trademark is registered, it is valid for 10 years from date of application, which can be renewed every ten years.

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Documents Required




The user affidavit is also required to be submitted.

PAN Card

Copy of Pan card of applicant.


A certificate of registration under MSME or Start-up India scheme.


Signed form TM-48


A Patent is a government authority or license which gives you sole right to stop others from using, making, or selling the invention without your permission for a specified period. In India, the patenting system is governed by The Patent Act, 1970 and The Patent Rules, 1972.
It is a form of Intellectual property which gives its owner the legal right to excludes someone else from using, making or selling your invention.

A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides, in general, a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. To get Patent Registration, technical information about the invention must be disclosed to the public in a patent application; both natural persons and corporate entities may apply for a patent.


  • It should be a brand new product or process.
  • It must involve an inventive step
  • It is capable of being made or used in the industry.


The term period is 20 years from the date of filing an application, in both the cases whether it is under provisional application or complete specification.


Step 1: Patent Search

If your invention already exists and someone else is using then no point going ahead with the procedure of registration because it will not be registered. Therefore, it is necessary to do a patent search.

Step 2: Patent Domicile

The patent registered in India will be valid in India only, if you want to protect your invention in other countries, then you need to apply for a separate application for each country.

Step 3: Submit Application

Submit application in the prescribed form to the Patent Registrar along with other documents.

Step 4: Patent Review

The patent office in India will review your application for the same.

Step 5: Patent Grant

The patent is granted when no objection certificate is issued from the officer, then the application status is updated online at the official site of a patent.


Patent Registration improves brand perception amongst customers.

It provides the right to stop others from using/ making, selling, or importing invention without patentee permission, this reduces competition.

It saves you from hacking/ theft of the invention

It increases business revenue

Owner of the Patent controls the use of an invention for 20 years.

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Documents Required


An Application for Patent Registration in Form-1


Complete specifications in Form-2


A Undertaking in Form-3


Inventorship declaration from the inventor in Form-5


Patent attorney or the Power of authority in Form-26


Step 1: Copyright Registration Search

Perform a copyright registration search to see if the creation of the same name, content and nature is already copyrighted

Step 2: Submit Application

Submit application for copyright registration along with a copy of the work you want to copyright. Time for Processing Application

Step 3: Publication

Wait for the copyrighted material to be published

Step 4: Copyright Registration Certificate

The Copyright Registration Certificate is granted to the applicant.


A registered invention builds greater trust and goodwill if compared to non-registered one.

Works that are copyrighted in many other countries are accorded similar privileges here in India. Likewise, works copyright registered in India are accorded protection in many foreign countries.

Copyright registration serves as prima facie evidence in the court of law over ownership of the work. Therefore, copyright registration gives the owner legal protection for his/her work.

Copyright registration in intellectual property is an intangible asset. Registered copyrights are an intellectual property and the rights can be sold, franchised or commercially contracted.

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Documents Required


Complete address & Identity proof of the author


NOC must be provided if the work is published by a person other than the applicant


Applicant will provide 3 copies of work.


Description of work whether it’s literary, designing, artwork, films.


Power of Attorney by Author


In simple terms, a design is the outer appearance, shape, pattern, ornamentation or configuration of an article, either two dimensional or three dimensional, which is applied to enhance the visual appeal of an article. A design plays no role in the functionality or usefulness of the article, but merely adds to its visual appearance.
Customers are automatically attracted to the visual design and appearance of a product. The outward attractiveness of a product plays a decisive role and immediately makes the product more sellable. For this reason the manufacturers keep remodelling their articles to make them unique and eye-catching.  The visual features of a product have a direct impact on its sales and popularity and hence it is considered to be an important intellectual property of a business.
To protect intellectual property such as design of a company from any infringement or theft, the company is required to register its design at the Patent Office. The design registration will give the owner the legal and exclusive rights of use of the design for ten years.


Step 1: Preparation of Application

Once the applicant has provided all the documents regarding Design Registration after that we will prepare your Design Registration application along with other documents

Step 2: Submit Application

Submit application in the prescribed form to the Patent Registrar along with other documents.

Step 3: Design Review

The patent office in India will review your application for the same.

Step 4: Design Registration Certificate

The Patent Office then registers the design and issues a certificate of design registration to the applicant.


Design registration is cheaper to obtain than patent protection and the application procedure is far shorter.

Registration of design confers exclusive right on the registrant to apply the particular design. It is an assurance against all sorts of infringement or exploitation.

If any person commits piracy of a registered design, as defined in section 22 of Design Act 2000, he shall be liable to pay for a payment of a sum which may extend to Rs 25,000/- recoverable as contact debt. 

Design Act 2000 states gives exclusive right or assignment/ license only after the registration of the Design only and as per Sec 30 (1) after assignment the assignee may make application in the prescribed form to the controller to the register his title.

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Documents Required


A certified copy of the original or certified copies of extracts from disclaimers


Affidavit from Applicant.


Declaration of truth and verifiability from applicant


Can be made available on payment of a fee.

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