Safeguarding Your Brand’s Legacy with Trisuka

Welcome to Trisuka, your trusted partner for all your trademark renewal needs. Our experienced team is here to guide you through the process and ensure the continued protection of your valuable brand identity. Let’s explore the world of trademark renewal and its significance.


Trademark Renewal

Trademark renewal is the process of extending the validity of a registered trademark beyond its initial registration period. It is essential to renew your trademark to maintain its legal protection and prevent it from becoming vulnerable to infringement or loss of rights.

  • Trademark registration certificate
  • Identity proof of the applicant (individual or company)
  • Address proof of the applicant
  • Power of Attorney (if filing through an agent)
  • Any changes in trademark representation (if applicable)
  • Review Renewal Period: Determine the renewal period specific to your jurisdiction, typically ranging from 5 to 10 years before the expiration date.
  • Application Preparation: Prepare the renewal application with accurate information and any required updates or changes.
  • Filing the Application: Submit the renewal application along with the necessary documents to the trademark office.
  • Fee Payment: Pay the renewal fee as per the prescribed schedule to complete the renewal process.
  • Verification and Approval: The trademark office verifies the application and documents. If everything is in order, the renewal is approved.
  • Renewal Certificate: Upon approval, a renewal certificate is issued, reaffirming the extended validity of your trademark.

To be eligible for trademark renewal, your trademark must be currently registered and in active use. It is crucial to file for renewal within the prescribed timeline to avoid any lapse in protection.

  • Continuity of Protection: Renewing your trademark ensures the continued legal protection and exclusivity of your brand identity.
  • Brand Reputation: Maintaining an active trademark registration helps preserve your brand’s reputation and value in the marketplace.
  • Preventing Infringement: Renewal safeguards against unauthorized use and potential infringement by competitors.
  • Asset Value: A renewed trademark can retain its value as a valuable business asset and be licensed, franchised, or sold.
  • Global Protection: Trademark renewal allows for international protection, extending the safeguarding of your brand across borders.


  1. When should I renew my trademark?
    Trademark renewal should typically be done within the prescribed period, which varies by jurisdiction and is usually 5 to 10 years before the expiration date.

  2. What happens if I miss the trademark renewal deadline?
    If you miss the renewal deadline, your trademark may become vulnerable to infringement or loss of rights. However, some jurisdictions provide a grace period during which you can still renew, albeit with additional fees.

  3. Can I make changes to my trademark during the renewal process?
    Generally, trademark renewal does not allow for substantial changes to the trademark. However, minor updates like font changes or color variations may be permitted, subject to specific jurisdictional regulations.

  4. Can someone else file for trademark renewal on my behalf?
    Yes, you can authorize an agent or attorney to file for trademark renewal on your behalf by providing them with a Power of Attorney.

  5. Do I need to provide proof of ongoing use when renewing my trademark?
    In some jurisdictions, proof of ongoing use may be required during the renewal process. It is essential to understand the specific requirements of your jurisdiction and provide the necessary documentation, if applicable.

**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.