Correcting and Protecting Your Brand with Trisuka

Welcome to Trisuka, your trusted partner for trademark rectification needs. Our team of experienced professionals is here to guide you through the process of rectifying your trademark and ensuring the protection of your valuable brand identity. Let’s explore the world of trademark rectification and understand its significance.


Trademark Rectification

Trademark rectification is the process of correcting or amending errors or inaccuracies in a registered trademark. It allows trademark owners to rectify any mistakes or omissions in the trademark registration to ensure the accuracy and validity of their brand identity.

  • Original trademark registration certificate
  • Rectification application stating the specific error or inaccuracy
  • Supporting documents or evidence substantiating the rectification request
  • Any additional documents requested by the trademark office
  • Identify the Error: Thoroughly review your trademark registration to identify the specific error or inaccuracy that needs rectification.
  • Prepare the Application: Draft a rectification application clearly stating the error or inaccuracy and providing supporting documents or evidence.
  • Submit the Application: Submit the rectification application along with the required documents to the trademark office.
  • Verification and Review: The trademark office verifies the rectification application and supporting documents.
  • Decision and Outcome: The trademark office renders a decision on the rectification request, either approving or rejecting the rectification. If approved, an updated certificate is issued reflecting the rectified trademark.

Trademark owners who have identified errors or inaccuracies in their registered trademark are eligible to file for trademark rectification. It is important to demonstrate the existence of an error or inaccuracy and provide supporting documents or evidence to substantiate the rectification request.

  • Correcting Errors: Trademark rectification allows for the correction of errors or inaccuracies in the registered trademark, ensuring its accuracy and validity.
  • Maintaining Brand Integrity: Rectifying a trademark helps maintain the integrity and consistency of your brand identity.
  • Legal Compliance: Rectification ensures compliance with legal requirements and enhances the legal protection of your trademark.
  • Avoiding Future Disputes: Rectifying errors or inaccuracies can help prevent potential disputes or challenges to your trademark’s validity.


  1. What types of errors can be rectified in a trademark?
    Trademark rectification can be done for various errors, including spelling mistakes, inaccuracies in the representation of the mark, or incorrect classification of goods or services.

  2. Can I rectify my trademark registration if I change my address or contact details?
    Changes to personal information, such as address or contact details, are typically handled through a separate process known as updating the trademark record, rather than rectification.

  3. How long does the trademark rectification process take?
    The duration of the rectification process can vary depending on the complexity of the rectification request and the workload of the trademark office. It may take several weeks to months.

  4. Can someone else file for trademark rectification on my behalf?
    In some cases, authorized agents or attorneys can file for trademark rectification on behalf of the trademark owner, provided they have been given a Power of Attorney.

  5. What if my rectification request is rejected? Can I appeal the decision?
    If your rectification request is rejected, you may have the option to file an appeal with the appropriate intellectual property authorities, seeking further review and reconsideration.

**Please note that while these answers provide a general understanding, it is always advisable to consult with professionals or legal experts for specific guidance to your unique circumstances.