Cost: ₹11,999 /- only
Draft and file an opposition notice, as well as provide written intimation to the rival trademark applicant.
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An objection submitted by third parties against registering a Trademark within a few months of being advertised is known as trademark opposition.
A trademark opposition is an important part of the trademark registration procedure in India. The Registry accepts oppositions from any natural or legal person. It can be anyone, an individual, a company, a partnership firm, and trust.
Following are the grounds under which you can file the opposition:
Trademark registration is an IP registration under the Trademark Act, 1999, which provides the trademark owner the right to sue for damages when violations of the trademark occur.