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When applying for a trademark registration in Singapore, it is important to make sure that the goods and services listed in the application must comply with ICGS (International Classification of Goods and Services).
Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) oversees the Trademark Registration process. A registrar will check if the above-mentioned requirements has been complied with. If so, the application will proceed to Stage 2.
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Registration is not just needed for securing rights for a specific trademark. As per the law, prior use is an evidence of trademark ownership. The principle that is effective in Singapore is known as “first to use”.
Succeeding renewals typically last for a time period of 10 years starting from the renewal date of the registration.
No, the territorial limit of this registration is only in Singapore.
The first renewal date of a trademark’s registration is 10 years from the date of filing the application.
Yes, there is a grace period of six months that is available. However, once the owner fails in renewing the trademark in this time period, then the registration is omitted from the Registry. There is also a penalty fee that is levied for the trademarks that get expired.
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