PAKISTAN

Trademark Documents

A trademark application in Pakistan needs to include the following information in order to get the filing date

  • The applicant’s data (name, nationality, and address)
  • A list of goods and services.
  • The application’s foundation, or if the mark is already being used in Pakistan or is just being proposed for use there. In the latter instance, the application ought to provide the year the mark was initially applied. It is not necessary to have used the mark previously in order to file an application; – the applicant’s business type, such as “Manufacturer” or “Manufacturer and Merchant.” Since the service industry is exempt from this rule, a service trademark application may be submitted without making this statement.
  • The applicant must sign the Power of Attorney and have it notarized by a notary public in the nation where it is being carried out. While legalization is not required, it is advised that the Power of Attorney be made legal as well. It is possible to file the Power of Attorney later, and doing so will not incur any additional fees.

Grand and Renewal

There is an issue with a demand note demanding payment of the registration fee. Registration fees must be paid within 30 days of the day the demand note was received. For ten years, the Pakistani trademark can be renewed indefinitely. The renewal payments are due at any point during the six months prior to the registration’s expiration date.

Trademark Documents

A trademark application in Pakistan needs to include the following information in order to get the filing date

  • The applicant’s data (name, nationality, and address)
  • A list of goods and services.
  • The application’s foundation, or if the mark is already being used in Pakistan or is just being proposed for use there. In the latter instance, the application ought to provide the year the mark was initially applied. It is not necessary to have used the mark previously in order to file an application; – the applicant’s business type, such as “Manufacturer” or “Manufacturer and Merchant.” Since the service industry is exempt from this rule, a service trademark application may be submitted without making this statement.
  • The applicant must sign the Power of Attorney and have it notarized by a notary public in the nation where it is being carried out. While legalization is not required, it is advised that the Power of Attorney be made legal as well. It is possible to file the Power of Attorney later, and doing so will not incur any additional fees.

Grand and Renewal

There is an issue with a demand note demanding payment of the registration fee. Registration fees must be paid within 30 days of the day the demand note was received. For ten years, the Pakistani trademark can be renewed indefinitely. The renewal payments are due at any point during the six months prior to the registration’s expiration date.

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