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Submit Reply to Opposition

Submit Reply to Opposition

Within 4 months of advertisement in the trademark journal, any third party can file an opposition notice to the applicant. The status of a trademark application changes to ‘opposed’ when a third party finds the applied trademark to be similar of an already registered trademark and applies to the registrar. There are different grounds on which a trademark can be opposed. Once an opposition notice is received the applicant has a time limit of 2 months to respond with a counter statement stating the distinctiveness of his/her trademark. The trademark stands abandoned in case the statement is not sent within the time limit.

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