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How long does a Trademark last?

Region: Ontario Answer # 310

A registered trademark is valid for 10 years from the date of registration, and can be renewed every 10 years.

To renew a trademark the owner must pay a government renewal fee. In general, renewal requests will only be accepted six months before or after a renewal deadline. A registered trademark lawyer or trademark agent can help you make sure that your trademark registration is renewed properly.

For more information and current government fees, refer to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

For legal assistance with your trademark application, or other intellectual property matters, contact our preferred lawyers and see who’s right for you: 

Bereskin & Parr

Gilbert's LLP


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