Intellectual Property Services in Anguilla | From US$ 399
Anguilla IP & Trademark fees
From US$ 399
- The Registrar of the Companies shall be the Registrar of Trademark.
- Assist you in submitting the application to the Registrar with our experience
- Take about 6 to 8 months from receipt of application to registration.
- Review the application with the Registrar
- The registration of a trademark is valid for 10 years and can be renew.
Trademark means any sign capable of being represented graphically which is capable of distinguishing goods/services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings. It also can be a collective mark or a certification mark, and may, in particular, consist of words (including personal names), designs, letters, numerals, or the shape of goods/packaging.
Registered trademark will grant the owner of the mark the right to use and exploit the trademark in the jurisdiction of its registration. It also helps you to have certain priorities and advantages in registering the trademark in other jurisdictions.
Detail procedure for Trademark Registration in Anguilla:
The Registrar of the Companies shall be the Registrar of Trademark. With our experience, we will able to assist you in submitting the application to the Registrar. If there are no deficiencies in the application and no objections to the trademark then the whole application process can take about 6 to 8 months from receipt of application to registration.
1. Identify class of goods/services.
According to the International Classification of Goods and Services as prescribed by the Nice Agreement to classify trademarks, there is a total of 34 classes of goods and 11 classes of services. The Registrar shall apply the International Classification for all purposes relating to the registration and publication of marks.
2. Application for registration of a trademark.
The application for the registration of a trademark shall be made on Form 1 and shall be signed by the applicant. An application may be made for the registration of a trademark in respect of goods/services in one or more classes of the International Classification.
The Registrar shall accord as the filing date of the application the date on which the name, the address of the applicant, a reproduction of a trademark, and a specification of goods/services are well received. They shall, in writing, notify the application number and the filing date.
3. Examination for conflicts with existing trademarks and law
Once receiving the application form, the Registrar will review the documents to make sure it satisfied the minimum requirements.
If, upon the examination, the Registrar objects to the application, he shall notify the applicant in writing with all the relevant details and invite the applicant to amend the application, to submit his observations in writing or to apply for a hearing within 2 months from the date of the notification. If the applicant does not comply with the request within the set period, he shall be deemed to have withdrawn his application.
4. Advertisement for public and successful registration
If there is no opposition, or if the outcome of the opposition hearing is in favour of you, the Registrar shall register the trademark, publish a reference to the registration and issue to the applicant a Certificate of Registration.
The registration of a trademark is valid for 10 years from the date of application. It can be renewed indefinitely for 10 years by paying the applicable renewal fee.