Is the price per registration of the trademark for a specific time period or for an indeifnite period of time?

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Written by Tomas Orsula

Senior Trademark Attorney

The price paid for trademark registration typically covers the registration process for a specific time period rather than an indefinite period. The initial fee you pay for trademark registration grants you exclusive rights to use the trademark and provides protection for a certain duration.

To maintain the protection of your trademark beyond the initial term, you will need to renew the registration by paying the required renewal fees at regular intervals. These renewal periods also vary depending on the jurisdiction and can be 10 years or other designated periods.

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