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         FORM TM-34


THE TRADE MARKS ACT, 1999


Agentimages Code No: Proprietors Code No:


Fee: See entry No.39 of the First Schedule and footnote below.


Request for alteration of the address of the principal place of business or of residence in India or of the address in the home country abroad in the Register of Trade Marks.


Section 58, rules 91, 96, 97


In the matter of Trade Mark(s) No.(s)'..................................................registered in class .....................................................................................


I (or we) ........................................of ....................................................


being the registered proprietor 2 of the Trade Mark(s) numbered as above, request that  User


the 2address of my (our) principal place of business 2(or residence) in India or address in my(our) home country abroad in the Register of Trade Marks be altered to ............. 3The change of address was ordered by4 .......................on the ............................. day of ................20...............An officially certified copy of the order is enclosed herewith.


A copy of this request has been served on the registered proprietor 2


User


All communications relating to this application may be sent to the following address in India:-  


Dated this ........day of........20.......


5..........................


SIGNATURE 


NAME OF SIGNATORY IN LETTERS


TO


The Registrar of Trade Marks


The Office of Trade Marks Registry at 6....................


1.  Additional numbers may be given in a signed schedule on the back of the Form.


2.  Strike out word(s) not applicable


3.  Strike out if not applicable


4.  Insert the name of the public authority ordering the change and the date thereof


5.  Signature of registered proprietor or of his agent.


user


6.  State the name of the place of the appropriate office of the Trade Marks Registry


(See Rule 4). 


GUIDELINE

Guidelines for Drafting FORM TM-34

Usage:
FORM TM-34 is a significant document used in trademark law in India. It is utilized for the application of a registered user agreement under Section 49 of the Indian Trademarks Act, 1999. Registered trademark owners use this form to grant permission for another entity to use their registered trademark. Here are some essential guidelines for drafting FORM TM-34:

Accurate Information: Ensure all information provided in FORM TM-34 is accurate, including the details of the registered trademark, the registered owner's information, and the details of the registered user.

Purpose Clarity: Clearly state the purpose for the registered user agreement, such as the scope of use, duration, and any specific conditions or restrictions.

Attach Necessary Documents: Include all required supporting documents, such as a notarized agreement between the registered owner and the registered user, to substantiate your application.

Payment: Include the requisite fee with the form. Check the fee structure and accepted payment methods to avoid processing delays.

Follow Local Regulations: Familiarize yourself with the guidelines and procedures set by the Indian trademark office to ensure compliance with their specific requirements for registered user agreements.

Common Mistakes to Avoid:

Incomplete Information: Providing incomplete or inaccurate details can lead to processing delays or errors in the registered user agreement.

Incorrect Fee: Ensure that the correct fee is paid, as incorrect payments can result in processing issues.

Unclear Agreement: Failing to specify the terms and conditions of the registered user agreement clearly can lead to disputes or misunderstandings.

Missing Attachments: If supporting documents are required, ensure they are included to avoid unnecessary complications.

Failure to Comply: Ignoring the specific regulations and requirements of the Indian trademark office can result in the rejection of the application.

By following these guidelines and avoiding common mistakes, you can effectively use FORM TM-34 in India to apply for a registered user agreement, ensuring that the trademark owner and registered user are legally aligned and compliant with the trademark law.

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