A trademark is generally a word, a design, a phrase, or a symbol or it can also be a combination of words, designs, phrases, or symbols, which exists to differentiate and identify the source of one party’s or company’s or firm’s goods from another.
A trademark is supposed to be unique and non-descriptive. It is attached to the product that is to be offered or sold, in terms of services. A trademark requires to be registered with the concerned authority for legal ownership and protection rights.
Before being registered, a trademark application passes through various stages. As an applicant, you will have to reply or take certain actions during some of the stages of trademark registration. One stage of trademark registration can be an objection. This implies that the examiner has objected and recommended some compliance or modification.
A written reply has to be filed within a month of receipt of such a report of trademark objection else the trademark application can get discarded.
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