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National and International Patents
There are different options for protection your invention with a patent. Patents are territorial. A national patent is enforceable only in your country and you will need to apply for foreign patents, should you require protection in other countries. Read more
Renewing a Trade Mark
A registered trademark is valid for ten years from the date of filing of the application. It can be renewed indefinitely for further periods of ten years.
No later than two months before the expiry of the registration Patent&Trademark organisation will inform you that your registered trademark is about to expire. We enclose a form you can sign and return to us if you wish us to renew your trademark on your behalf. By signing and returning the enclosed form you automatically confirm, order and authorize Patent&Trademark organisation to renew your trade mark.
In order for us to successfully renew your trademark a renewal fee and an administrative fee must be paid. Within 5 - 10 working days after we have received your signed order confirmation / authorisation / renewal form you will receive an invoice. Once the invoice is paid in total we will proceed with your application. In order for us to complete the renewal process without any additional charges the amount must be paid within the given period of time stated in the invoice.
- Your trademark is successfully renewed for another ten (10) years.
*If the invoice is not paid in stated period. The late request for renewal must be submitted and the renewal fee plus a 25% surcharge must be paid within this grace period which starts from the last date of the month in which the trademark was due for renewal. *If any additional information will be required, Patent&Trademark organisation will contact you. In case of failure to submit additional required information within 10 working days can result incompletion or additional charges. In that case no refunds will be made.
If no request for renewal is submitted, or is submitted after expiry of the grace period, you will be informed in the writing that your trademark has been cancelled and removed from the Register.