Trademark _ Logo Registration

Basically, a trademark is a brand or logo that you can use to distinguish your product from those of your competitors. Through trademark registration, you can protect your brand or logo by restricting other people from using the same. For e.g. the logo of APPLE INC and their tagline THINK DIFFERENT is a registered trademark. It provides them protection, as it is illegal to use the same logo or tagline. 



  • Legal protection                                                         
  • Unique identity
  • Creation of asset
  • Goodwill
  • Trust
  • Marketing the brand 


Any person or business claiming to be owner can apply for a trademark including:-
Individual, Company, Proprietor & Society.



TM’ Symbol
This symbol can use with the brand name until your trademark is not registered and the application is in pending status. This is to inform the public of his exclusive claim over the brand. The claim may or may not be valid depending upon the result of trademark registration.

‘SM’ Symbol 
It is also a kind of trademark which Service Mark, but it identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than a product. For example, you will use TM for a product and SM for a service like housekeeping.

‘R’ Symbol
This symbol is only applicable for your brand when the mark is being registered and the Certificate of Registration is issued by the Trademark Registrar.

Among all the words which are being mentioned above, TM is the most common word which is being used frequently by owners of the brand.

What is Trademark Logo Registration

Trademark logo registration refers to the process of legally protecting a logo design or brand symbol by registering it with the appropriate governmental authority, such as the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in the United States or similar agencies in other countries.

When a logo is registered as a trademark, it gives the owner exclusive rights to use that logo in connection with their goods or services, and it prohibits others from using a similar logo in a way that could cause confusion among consumers.

The registration process typically involves submitting an application to the relevant trademark office, which includes details about the logo and the goods or services it represents. The application is then reviewed by the trademark office, and if it meets all requirements and there are no conflicting trademarks, the logo will be registered and the owner will receive a certificate of registration. Trademark logo registration provides legal protection against unauthorized use of the logo by others, helps build brand recognition and value, and allows the owner to enforce their rights through legal action if necessary.

Benefits of Trademark logo Registration

  1. Legal Protection: Registering a trademark logo provides legal protection against unauthorized use by others. It gives the owner exclusive rights to use the logo in connection with the goods or services it represents.

  2. Preventing Infringement: Trademark registration acts as a deterrent to others who may attempt to use a similar logo for their products or services. It gives the owner the right to take legal action against infringers.

  3. Enhancing Brand Value: A registered trademark logo adds value to a brand by distinguishing it from competitors and creating brand recognition and loyalty among consumers.

  4. Asset Protection: A trademark logo is an intangible asset that can be valuable to a business. Registration protects this asset and can increase its value over time.

  5. Nationwide Protection: Trademark registration provides protection nationwide, allowing the trademark owner to prevent others from using the logo anywhere within the country where it is registered.

  6. Exclusive Rights: Registration grants the trademark owner exclusive rights to use the logo in connection with the goods or services specified in the registration. This can help prevent others from using a similar logo, even if they are operating in a different industry.

  7. Global Protection (if applicable): For businesses operating internationally, trademark registration can provide protection in multiple countries through international treaties and agreements.

  8. Use as Collateral: A registered trademark logo can be used as collateral for loans and financing, providing additional financial benefits to the trademark owner.

  9. Public Notice: Trademark registration serves as public notice of the owner’s claim to the logo, making it easier for others to identify and avoid infringing on their rights.

  10. Ability to License or Franchise: Trademark registration gives the owner the right to license or franchise the logo to others, providing additional revenue opportunities.

Documents of Trademark Logo Registration

  1. Aadhar Card
  2. Pan  Card
  3. Passport size photo
  4. Bank accounts details
  5. Cancel cheque
  6. Rent Agreement
  7. Electricity Bill

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