Trademark in Taiwan, Taiwan Trademark

Trademark in Taiwan, Taiwan Trademark


Trademark in Taiwan includes three stages: trademark search in TaiwanTaiwan Trademark filing and Taiwan Trademark registration. All with affordable fees.


Scope of work: Trademark Search Word Mark


Device (logo) And Word Mark


For the 1st class 65.00 120.00
For the 2nd class 60.00 95.00
Duration 5-7 days 5-7 days


Scope of work: Filing Trademark Application FEE


For the 1st class 495.00
For the 2nd class 430.00
Duration 12-14 months


Scope of work: Obtaining trademark registration certificate FEE


For the 1st class 0.00
For the 2nd class 0.00
Duration 2 months

* Note: Our Fee for Trademark in Taiwan includes all fees (official fee and legal fee); exclude fee for responding to office action, if any.

– Trademark in Taiwan is limited for the first 20 items in each class. Each additional item from 20th upwards, the additional fee is $US14.00; Each item of goods/services in excess of 5 in Retail Services (in class 35): $US27.00

– You could visit here to see Procedure of Taiwan Trademark Registration.

– You could visit here to check the required documents for filing trademark in Taiwan

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    Frequencly Asked Questions

    The Power of Attorney is required for renewing a trademark in Taiwan. The grace period is 06 months from the expire date of the trademark registration.

    The trademark registration may be recorded online on customs data, but it is not automatically mechanism.

    The cancellation of trademark registration in Taiwan is available. A trademark may be cancelled where:- The registered trademark conflict with the earlier trademark;
    – The trademark consists the signs are undistinguishable such as the sign indicates the kind, quality, quantity, intended purpose or value of goods/services or other characteristics of goods or services.
    – The marks that breach the copyright of another parties.
    – The mark that are similar or identical with the well-known trademark;
    – The mark that are similar or identical with the armorial bearings, flags and other state emblems;
    – The mark that are conflict with the protected industrial design or geographical indication.
    – The mark is generic;
    – The mark is against the public policy or morality of the social.
    – The mark that are deceive the public.

    A trade mark shall be registered for a period of 10 years from the registration date

    A trademark must be used within three years after its registration. The use of trademark must be on the minimal amount in Taiwan.

    After getting trademark registration, the owner of trademark has the right to defence the trademark against the infringement action, unfair competition, unlawfully use of the trademark or have the right to license or transfer the trademark registration to another party.

    Any parties have the right to file opposition against an applied trademark before it has been granted the protection

    Proof of use is not required for obtaining the protection of trademark. However, it is required to have Proof of use for defending the trademark against the non-use claim.

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