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SINGAPORE TRADEMARK REGISTRATION PROCESS
We will process your trademark registration in Singapore through the step listed below. Please notice that each step can be requested independently:
- Trademark Pre-Filing Search
To check the availability and registrability of your trademark in Singapore. (Duration: 3 working days)
- Trademark Filing an Application / Examination
To prepare, execute and file your trademark application to Singapore Trademark Registry. (Duration: Approximately 12 months)
- Trademark Publication & Registration
Once Notice of Acceptance is received from Trademark Registry, we will arrange your trademark for publication in Government gazette. Should NO opposition raised within the period, registration certificate will be issued you thereafter. (Duration: Approximately 3 months)
- Logo, Brand Name, Slogan, Label in software copy (Jpeg, pdf, png, gif format)
- Trademark Classification or specification of goods and services
- Applicant’s name and address
- 8 to 10 months
- 10 Years
SINGAPORE PATENT REGISTRATION PROCESS
Filing for a patent internationally (2 options):
- via Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) routeThe timeline (typical) and forms:
- via individual national routes (without PCT)
Applicant replicates documents and file individually (direct) in countries where applicant seeks protection. The procedures, timelines and fees vary from country to country.
SINGAPORE INDUSTRIAL DESIGN REGISTRATION PROCESS
The owner of creator of the design can apply for registration in Singapore. The maximum life time of a design registration in Malaysia is 15 years. It valid for an initial 5 years from the date of filing, and can be renewed every 5 years up to a maximum of 15 years.
SINGAPORE COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION PROCESS
All of the arts are creative expressions of the human mind and are expressed visually, through writing, through sound, through movement, in 3D and in multimedia format. All of these expressions from human mind are called works which can be paintings, poems, novels, articles, drawings, photos, plays, choreography, sculptures, movies, computer games, application software and buildings.
Copyright and its related rights are essential to human creativity. It gives the creators incentives in the form of recognition and fair economic rewards. Creators are assured that their works can be disseminated without fear of unauthorized copying or piracy. This in turn helps increase access to and enhances the enjoyment of culture, knowledge, and entertainment all over the world.
As a general rule, an industrial design consists of:
- 3D features, such as shape of a product,
- 2D features, such as ornamentation, pattern lines or colour of a product; or
- A combination of one or more of such features.