How to Apply for a Trade Mark in Respect of Particular Goods or Services?

It is provided under the Trade Marks Act, 1999 that goods and services are classified according to the International Classification of goods and services. Currently schedule IV of the Act provides a summary of list of such goods and services falling in different classes which is merely indicative. The Registrar is the final authority in the determination of the class in which particular goods or services fall.    The Schedule IV of the Act is annexed at the end of this questionnaire on trade marks.  For detailed description of other goods and services please refer to the International Classification published by WIPO or contact the local office for assistance.

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