What is Trademark Objection under Indian law?

A Trademark Objection is when the Trademark Examiner finds one or more concerns in the Trademark registration application. This means that the Examiner finds the Trademark to be descriptive of goods/generic/laudatory/indicating the quality or nature of goods. A Trademark objection can be raised under Section 9 and 11 of the Trademarks Act. A reply to the Trademark objection needs to be filed within 1 month from the date of objection.


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