After being granted a trademark protection title, if a protection title is lost or damaged, torn, dirty or faded for any reason to the point of being unusable, the trademark owner may request to re-grant protection title.
A documents for re-granting a trademark protection title application includes:
A declaration requesting re-grant of protection title;
The original protection title is damaged (if customers still keep);
A trademark sample;
A power of attorney (in case submitting through an industrial intellectual property representative)
Payments of fee.
Process to carry out:
Receive the application: Application is submitted at the Intellectual Property office
Process the application:
In case the request for re-grant of a protection title meet the requirements, the Intellectual Property office will issue a decision to re-grant the protection title and publish it in the registry of corresponding protection title in the National Registry Industrial Property;
In case the request for re-grant of a protection title fails to meet the requirements, the Intellectual Property office will issue a refusal notice to re-grant the protection title (clearly stating the reason).
Results of administrative procedures: Decision to re-grant the trademark protection title
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