A trademark is valid for 10 years from the date of registration (previously it was 15 years). The owner of the mark must timely renew the trademark or the mark will expire 6 months after the expiration date. The Trademark Office of Canada (CIPO) will notify the representative of the mark owner of the upcoming trademark renewal.
Strictly speaking, trademarks may be renewed 6 months before or after the renewal date
The price is 599$ for one class, 199$ for each additional class. The government fee is included in the price. Additional fees for amending the description in accordance with the Nice Classification.
Please contact us using the following form in order to request a trademark renewal. The process is rather simple, our attorney will become your representative and will pay the renewal fee.
Documents required: no documents required in order to renew a Trademark in Canada. The only requirement is to pay the renewal fee.
The process takes approximately 1 month, and a renewal certificate is issued.
No issues are expected and can possibly occur. The process is straightforward.
Grace period is 6 months, there is no additional fee for submitting a renewal in Canada within 6 months after an expiration date.
You can request a new trademark in Canada here: https://bonamark.com/countries/canada
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