Overview Of Trademark Class 4- Industrial Oils And Lubricants
According to NICE Organization, Trademark Class 4 comprises industrial oils, greases, fuels, and illuminates. It also comprises Industrial oils and greases, lubricants, dust absorbing, wetting and binding compositions, fuels (including motor spirit) and illuminates, candles and wicks for light. Trademark Class 4 comes below the Classes of Goods sector.
The complete information related to Trademark Class 4 are given below:-
Related (Coordinated) Classes
The most likely coordinated classes to trademark class 4 is class-1 Chemical Products
In case if the trademark tells only partly to any of the products or materials, following corresponding classes should be stated while filing the application for Trademark Registration.
- Class 37
Construction and repair services;
- Class 42
Science and technology services.
Types of Goods come under Trademark Class 4
- Industrial oils and greases, emollients, dust absorbing;
- Wetting and binding arrangements, fuels (including motor spirit) and illuminates;
- Candles and wicks for light.
Classes of Goods which does not come under Trademark Class 4
Certain distinct industrial oils and greases
Trademark Class 4
What are the advantages of trademark registration for class 4?
Trademarks helps the public at large to distinguish the goods and services of a particular company. Trademarks should be easy to understand and retain so that the public does not confuse it with some other party. There are several benefits of registering a trademark and some of them are explained below:-
- LEGAL PROTECTION
After a particular trademark has been registered, it comes under intellectual property and therefore, it gives the owner protection from getting his trademark infringed. It gives an exclusive right to the user of the trademark and the owner can sue the person who tries to use that particular trademark. Also, if a person tries to register an already registered trademark then the trademark registry objects to the same. Relief can be sought in case of unauthorised use of a registered trademark.
- DIFFERENTIATION OF PRODUCT
Registration of a trademark differentiates your product from another as it creates a distinct recognition for a particular product. The product whose trademark has been registered can be then easily identified by the public.
- CREATION OF AN ASSET
Trademark is regarded as an intangible asset for a business enterprise and its registration creates one for the business. They are intellectual property and can be sold or franchised or be commercially exploited in any such way and bring in benefits for the owner.
- BRAND RECOGNITION
A customer identifies a product with the name or the symbol that is the trademark associated with it. Registering the trademark ties that product’s image with the brand name and creates goodwill for your product. It shapes trust in the minds of the existing customers and attracts new customers.
These are some of the most important benefits of registering a trademark. Other than these, there are several others such as exclusive rights, exclusive identification, business expansion, global permits, etc.
List of Goods under Trademark Class 4
- Wool Grease / Lanolin
- Wood Spills For Lighting
- Wood Briquettes
- Wicks For Candles
- Wax [Raw Material]
- Vaporized Fuel Mixtures
- Textile Oil
- Sunflower Oil For Industrial Purposes
- Soya Bean Oil Preparation for Non-stick Treatment Of Cooking Utensils
- Solidified Gases [Fuel] / Solidified Gas [Fuel]
- Rape Oil For Industrial Purposes
- Producer Gas
- Preservatives For Leather [Oils And Greases]
- Petroleum, Raw Or Refined
- Petroleum Jelly For Industrial Purposes
- Petroleum Ether
- Perfumed Candles
- Peat Briquettes [Fuel] / Blocks Of Peat [Fuel]
- Peat [Fuel]
- Paper Spills For Lighting
- Ozocerite [Ozokerite]
- Oils For Releasing Form Work [Building]
- Oils For Paints
- Oil For The Preservation Of Masonry
- Oil For The Preservation Of Leather
- Non-slipping Preparations For Belts
- Nightlights [Candles]
- Motor Oil
- Moistening Oil
- Mineral Fuel
- Methylated Spirit
- Lubricating Oil
- Lubricating Grease
- Lubricating Graphite
- Lighting Fuel
- Lamp Wicks
- Industrial Wax
- Industrial Oil
- Industrial Grease
- Illuminating Wax
- Illuminating Grease
- Grease For Leather
- Grease For Footwear
- Grease For Belts
- Grease For Arms [Weapons]
- Gas For Lighting
- Fuel With An Alcoholic Base
- Fuel Oil / Combustible Oil
- Fuel Gas
- Fish Oil, Not Edible
- Ethanol [Fuel]
- Electrical Energy
- Dust Removing Preparations
- Dust Laying Compositions
- Dust Binding Compositions For Sweeping
- Dust Absorbing Compositions
- Diesel Oil / Gas Oil
- Cutting Fluids
- Combustible Briquettes
- Coal Tar Oil
- Coal Naphtha
- Coal Dust [Fuel]
- Coal Briquettes
- Christmas Tree Candles
- Charcoal [Fuel]
- Castor Oil For Industrial Purposes
- Carnauba Wax
- Carburants / Motor Fuel
- Candles / Tapers
- Bone Oil For Industrial Purposes
- Belting Wax
- Alcohol [Fuel]
- Additives, Non-chemical, To Motor-fuel
What is the procedure for registering a trademark class 4?
Any individual can apply for a trademark to be registered in India by following a certain procedure and submitting the required documents. Once a trademark is registered it is valid for a period of 10 years and can be renewed after that period is over.
The following are the documents required for registering a trademark:
- The proof of the Applicant that is the basic details such as name, address, company etc.
- The trademark logo including the brand name that is to be registered.
- The product that is the goods or services which are to be registered.
- Proof of the use of the trademark
- An affidavit specifying the date from which the trademark was brought into use.
- Signed form TM-48 that gives the power of attorney.
The procedure for registering a trademark is explained below:-
- STEP 1: TRADEMARK SEARCH
The first step is to search the trademark that you want to register and check whether it is available or has already been registered by someone or is very similar to a registered trademark. This step can be done easily by running an online search on the trademark registry. It usually takes a period of 4-5 hours to complete this step thoroughly. After this availability check is complete and the trademark you want to register is found to be unique, you can proceed to the next step.
- STEP 2: CREATING THE TRADEMARK APPLICATION
Based on the results of your trademark search an application will be drafted by your attorney specifying the various details of the goods and services and the date of usage of the trademark. The above-mentioned documents are to be furnished as well with your application. It takes a period of 2-3 days to complete this step.
- STEP 3: TRADEMARK REGISTRATION
The trademark application can be either filed manually or can be filed online. For manually filing a trademark application you are required to file it at any of the registrar offices of the trademark situated in various cities in the country. For filing your application online, you are required to fill FORM TM-A on the trademark registration website.
Once the form has been submitted you will instantly receive an acknowledgement from the government website. This filing takes a maximum time of 2-3 days. Once the application has been submitted you can start using your trademark with the symbol ™ next to it.
- STEP 4: THE PROCESS
After the submission of the application the examination process begins. The trademark registrar checks whether the proper documents have been submitted and the required procedure has been followed. The registrar also checks whether the trademark is unique and is not identical or even similar to any existing trademark.
- STEP 5: THE PUBLICATION
After the examination process is complete the registrar issues an examination report and the trademark is published in the Indian Trademarks Journal. It is available for public viewing and any person who finds the trademark identical or similar to theirs can oppose it. If the trademark won’t be accepted and then a dispute starts. But in case no one opposes the trademark for a period of four months, the trademark is accepted by the registrar.
- STEP 6: TRADEMARK REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE
The registrar accepts the trademark within a period of 90 days and issues a Certificate of Registration for the same. You can start using your trademark with the symbol ®. The owner also receives an application number and thus can frequently check the status in the trademark registry by using the same. This is the entire procedure for the registration of a trademark in India.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Various industrial oils, wax, greases, lubricants, fuels, illuminates, wetting and binding composition, candles and wicks for lighting and dust absorbing compositions are included in Class 4 of trademarks.
There are around 900 products under class 4 of trademark.
- Class 1 which deals with chemical compounds
- Class 13 which deals with electronic illuminats, lamps, lightbulbs, dynamite and explosives.
- Class 35 which deals with the retail and online stores selling the Class 4 items.
These are the other classes related to Class 4 of trademark.
Certain special industrial oils and greases are not included under Class 4 of trademark.
There is a total of 45 classes dealing with different various different products.
No, there is no difference in the procedure of registering any class of the trademarks.
Some specific industrial oils and greases are a part of various other classes and thus are not included in this class of trademarks.