Indonesia

  • International Country Code:

    ID
  • Time Zone:

    UTC/GMT +07:00
  • Currency:

    Indonesian rupiah (IDR)

Trademark in Indonesia

Indonesia
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Number of Classes
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  • Trademark fees

Fees associated with filing trademark applications in Indonesia, as well as other trademark fees, are available in the fee calculator.

  • Multiple-class applications

Multiple-class trademark applications are possible in Indonesia. However, each multiple-class application is limited to 3 classes of goods/services. It is recommended to file single class applications as this may help avoid unnecessary delay in the processing of the registration if one of the classes faces objection.

  • Minimum filing requirements in Indonesia

To obtain the filing date, an Indonesian trademark application should contain:
- a scanned copy of the simply signed power of attorney;
- name, nationality and address of the applicant(s);
- representation of a trademark (JPG file type);
- specification of goods/services.

  • Requirements to the Power of Attorney

A scanned copy of the signed Power of Attorney must be filed at the time of filing of the application. Notarization or legalization is not necessary.

  • Priority document

A colored scanned copy of the certified Priority Document must be submitted to the Indonesian IP Office within 3 months from the filing date.

  • Opposition period

The opposition period in Indonesia constitutes 2 months from the publication of a trademark application.

  • Provisional Refusal

The time limit to file a response to the provisional refusal of an international registration in Indonesia is 30 days from the date WIPO sends the provisional refusal to the applicant. The time limit cannot be extended. The language of the response is Indonesian. A local representative must be appointed for filing of the response.

  • Grant, validity term and trademark renewal

No official grant fee is stipulated for trademarks in Indonesia. The validity term of trademarks in Indonesia constitutes 10 years from the filing date. Registration may be renewed for consecutive ten-year periods an unlimited number of times. An application for renewal of a trademark must be filed within 6 months before the expiry date of a trademark. Late filing of the renewal application may be done within a 6-month grace period after the expiry date of registration by paying additional fee.

  • Use requirement

If a trademark is not used for three consecutive years, the trademark registration can be cancelled at the request of a third party or on the initiative of the Indonesian IP Office.

  • Representation by a trademark attorney

Foreign applicants are required to perform trademark prosecution through a registered Indonesian trademark attorney.

  •  Note

Online Database for Indonesian Trademarks Search.

Brief summary is based on the information provided by ASIAMARK IP LLP. on 20.05.2020
Please contact us if the above information is not in conformity with Indonesian IP Laws

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