Our 3 Step Simple Process

Online Design Registration in three simple steps

Engagement & Consultation

Information, Collection & Documentation

Application & Registration

Benefits of Design Registration

Registration of a design confers upon the registered proprietor ‘Copyright’ in the design for the period of registration

Legal right to bring an action against those persons who infringe the design right

Design rights can be transferred, thus creating intangible asset

Priority Claim under Paris Convention

Documents Required for Design Registration

  • Form-24 in prescribed format(if small entity status is claimed) with evidence of registration under MSME Act, 2006 in case of Indian entities or affidavit deposed by the applicant or authorised signatory in case of Foreign entities.
  • Original Priority document under Rule 15 of The Designs Rules.
  • Application Form No 1
  • Authenticated English translated copy of the Priority document (if original priority document is other than English)
  • Representations in duplicate
  • Assignment in original (if the applicant of priority application in convention country is different from Indian applicant)
  • Power of authority/General Power of authority) in original

What all you get

Standard Package

8,999

all inclusive fees

  • Design registration for one article, wherein the applicant is a legal entity having MSME or Startup registration
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Premium Package

11,999

all inclusive fees

  • Design registration for one article.
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Steps for Design Registration

  • 1

    Step 1

    ·         Basic Consultancy on Design Registration

    ·         Collection of necessary information and documents

  • 2

    Step 2

    ·         Application along with prescribed particulars is made to the Patent Office. Separate application is required for separate works

    ·         Application to be signed by the Applicant along with all the mandatory attachments

  • 3

    Step 3

    ·        If no objection is received, application is checked by the scrutinizer and if no discrepancy is found, the same is entered in the Register of Designs

    ·        Closure