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What are the costs of a trademark registration in [land]?

The costs of trademark registration in [land] depend on the number of Nice classes that are relevant to the trademark. Most marks need 1 to 3 classes, but it is possible to get  protection in all of classes 1 through 45 of the Nice classification.


How do you get a trademark registration in [land]?

If you intend to realize trademark registration in [land], you can achieve this in three different ways: through a national Italian trademark registration, through a trademark registration for the European Union or through an international trademark registration with several countries to be chosen, according to the Madrid Protocol. You will then have to deal with the UIBM, the EUIPO or the WIPO respectively. Trademark registration is not mandatory in Italy to obtain trademark rights. However, this is always recommended as it strengthens the trademark and ownership status. If your trademark is not used within five years of registration, it can be canceled.


How does the application to the UIBM work?

You need various documents to apply for trademark registration in [land] via the UIBM. For example, you must provide the agency with a detailed description of the brand, a list of goods and / or services classified according to the Nice Classification, as well as personal details of you as the applicant, a valid correspondence address and a copy of the trademark.
Always take into account the latest payment date associated with the procedure. If the payment is made later than intended, you can run up a considerable time delay. You may submit documents that have not been submitted or have not been submitted in full up to two months after the date of application. If you are unable to meet a deadline, you can still proceed with the trademark registration procedure in [land] by making an additional payment.

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