What do I do if someone objects to the registration of my trade mark?

Anybody who sees a trade mark advertised in the Patent Journal and believes that he/she may have objections may oppose its registration within three months of it being advertised, by making written representations to the Registrar. The same applies if you wish to object to the registration of someone else's trade mark. If your trade mark is opposed it is advisable to seek professional assistance from a lawyer. Click here to view more information on oppositions.

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The Upload & Preview zone: a facility for registered users of the E-journal to submit their advertisements and preview their submissions before publication.



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