One of our primary areas of expertise as a top Tunisian trademark consultant is upgrading registered trade mark registrations. The Achour Law Firm | IP is in a good position to address all of your inquiries and give you details about Tunisian trademark laws and regulations.

Filing Trademark

  • Entire address, nationality, and identity of the applicant.
  • Clearly visible mark (up to 10 x 10 cm).
  • List of products and/or services (classes) that the application covers; it is advised to submit this list in French to prevent mistranslation.
  • Certified copy of the previous application in the event that priority is asserted. After the filing date, the priority document can be transmitted at least three months later.
  • A simple power of attorney that has been signed (without legalisation).


In Ghana, a trademark registration is effective from the filing date for a period of ten years. Ten-year renewal periods are available for the registration.

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