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  • Xcess Inforstore's How to Get Your Trade Marks & Service Marks Registered in India

The legal owner of a Trade Mark is entitled to have it registered in his name so as to get exclusive right to use his Trade Mark for his goods and services. The Guide explains the procedure for getting registration of a Trade Mark with relevant addresses and forms. This small guide covers practical aspects of registration of trade marks, service marks and law on geographical indications of goods.

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Xcess Inforstore's How to Get Your Trade Marks & Service Marks Registered in India

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