Trademark Renewal Online

In India, you can renew a trademark online through the official website of the Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trademarks (CGPDTM). Here are the steps to renew a trademark online in India:

Step 1: Determine the Renewal Date:

– First, determine the renewal date of your trademark. In India, trademarks are initially registered for ten years, and renewal is required every ten years.


Step 2: Prepare for Renewal:

– Ensure that you have all the necessary information and documentation for the renewal process, including the trademark registration number and details, as well as the necessary fees.



Step 3: Access the IP India Portal:

– Visit the official website of the IP India portal, which is the official platform for trademark-related processes in India. The URL is

Step 4: Create an Account:

– If you do not already have an account on the IP India portal, you will need to create one. You can do this by registering as a new user.

Step 5: Login to Your Account:

– Log in to your account using your username and password.


Step 6: Select “Renewal”:

– After logging in, go to the “Trademarks” section and select the “Renewal” option.

Step 7: Complete the Renewal Application:

– Fill out the renewal application form. You will need to provide information about the trademark, including the registration number, and details about the trademark owner.

Step 8: Payment of Renewal Fees:

– Pay the required renewal fees online using the provided payment options. The fees may vary depending on the type of trademark and the number of classes it covers.


Step 9: Review and Submit:

– Review the information you’ve provided, and once you are satisfied that it is accurate, submit the renewal application.


Step 10: Receive Confirmation:

– After your application is processed and approved, you will receive a confirmation of the renewal from the CGPDTM.

Step 11: Maintain Records:

– Keep a record of the renewal confirmation, as it is important for proving the continued validity of your trademark.

Please note that it’s essential to renew your trademark well in advance of the expiration date to avoid any lapses in protection. Additionally, the process and requirements for trademark renewal may change over time, so it’s advisable to visit the official IP India portal or consult with a legal professional like LEGATO BUSINESS SOLUTION LLP experienced in trademark matters for the most up-to-date information and to ensure a smooth and compliant renewal process.