Trademark registration

For those who want to build a brand and feel protected.

What that document is?

According to the Indonesian Trademark Law 20 of 2016, the value of a trademark is a brand that is used on goods sold by someone or more by collective agreement. Typically, trademark registration protects names, words, slogans and symbols that identify a company and distinguish it from other brands. Trademark protection is an investment in the reputation of customers, which leads to better customer satisfaction and increased sales. Once your trademark is registered, you will be able to use the ® symbol and other generic trademark symbol ™ to showcase products and enforce the law.

Protect against registration of similar signs.

Limits the use of a similar trademark

Evidence of validity and exclusive ownership

Grants the right to use the ® symbol when used for goods and services listed in the registration.

Provides trademark protection as business expands.

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Main questions about TM registration

Around 2 years

A registered trademark may be legally protected for a period of 10 years from the date of receipt of registration of the respective trademark. The trademark may be renewed for 6 (six) months before the expiry of the trademark registration. Late application for an extension may be submitted within 6 (six) months of the grace period after the expiry of the registration period with payment of a fine.

1. Вопреки идеологии государства, законодательству, морали, религии, общественному порядку. 2. Упоминайте только о продуктах, но не упоминайте класс. 3. Содержат или вводят общественность в заблуждение относительно происхождения, качества, типа, размера, назначения товаров и/или услуг либо содержат название охраняемого сорта растений для товаров и/или услуг. 4. Содержат информацию, не соответствующую качеству, преимуществам товаров и/или услуг. 5. Не имеет никаких отличий от других торговых марок. 6. При использовании общих имен и/или общественной собственности.

Trademark registration process

Step 1. Completing the application

You must submit your application with the value of the trademark (if any), the details of the color and image and translate the value of the trademark into Indian if the trademark is in English.

Step 2. Administrative expertise

The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights would verify whether the application was adequate or not. If the applicant does not meet the requirements, the applicant has an additional 2 months to successfully edit the application.

Step 3. Publishing

Your trademark will be published by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights on its website to see if there will be any objections from others. In the event of objection, the Applicant may make a counter-declaration rejecting the objection. If there is no objection, the applicant may proceed to the next steps.

Step 4. Inspection

If the Ministry of Law and Human Rights refuses to register a trademark, the applicant may object to the refusal. The complainant should then wait about three months to obtain approval or waiver from the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights. If registration is approved by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the process may move to the next stage.

Step 5. Certificate issuance notification

The Ministry of Law and Human Rights will issue a notice on the issuance of the Certificate - whether the Certificate will be issued or not.

Step 6. Issuance of a certificate of registration

The trademark certificate will be issued by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.

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