Design Registration

Design Registration

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The Design registration is regulated under the Designs Act, 2000. A shape, pattern, configuration, composition or ornament of lines or colors is known as a design. 

Description

Design Registration

The Design registration is regulated under the Designs Act, 2000. A shape, pattern, configuration, composition or ornament of lines or colors is known as a design. 

 

There are some rules that are to be followed to register your design under Designs Act 2001

 

  • New and original design
  • Should relate to shape, pattern, or ornament applied to an article.
  • Must be visible and should appear in the article.
  • Must be applied  by an industrial process.

 

Documents Required

 

  • A certified copy 
  • Affidavits
  • Declaration
  • Other public documents can be made available on payment of a fee.

 

Difference between Design Registration and Trademark

 

Design Registration

 

A design registration would enable the protection of the physical appearance of a distinctive product .

A design registration protects any new and innovative ornamental design.

 

Trademark

 

A trademark would defend the symbols or words you use to identify the product.

Trademark registration protects a word or words, name, symbol, or drawing used in commerce to distinguish one source of goods or services from another. 

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