TM Registration Of Particular Goods or Services
A trademark is a distinctive sign used by a creature, business organization or other legal entity to recognize that the products and services to consumers with which the trademark appears originate from a unique source of origin, and to distinguish its products or services from those of other entities. Goods and services are classified according to the International Classification of goods and services. Currently schedule IV of the Legislation provides a synopsis of list of such goods and services declining in different classes which is purely indicative. The Registrar is the final authority in the determination of the class in which scrupulous goods or services fall. The Schedule IV of the Legislation is annexed at the end of this survey on trademarks.
What Does the Register Of Trademark Contain
The register of trade mark at currently maintained in electronic form contains inter alia the trade mark the class and goods or services in high opinion of which it is registered including particulars affecting the scope of registration of rights conferred or disclaimers, if any; the address of the proprietors; particulars of trade or other description of the proprietor; the convention application date; where a trade mark has been registered with the sanction of proprietor of an earlier mark or earlier rights, that fact.