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What are the procedures for registering a trademark inside Egypt ?

Before registering a trademark, the full activity related to the products or services on which the trademark is placed should be presented to a specialist who will then define the class or classes on which the trademark will be registered in Egypt according to the international classification of goods and services in its latest version .
Making a query about the name or the logo to be registered for the class or classes on which the trademark will be registered to ensure that it is ready for registration .
Filing the application required for registration on the class or classes for which the trademark is used or intended to be used in the future .
The application shall be examined by the concerned department of the Governmental Office and the application shall be accepted or rejected based on the researcher's opinion.
If the application is accepted, it shall be published in the Trademark Official Gazette (an official Gazette published by the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade on its official website periodically on the 7th day of each calendar month) for a period of 60 days according to the law.
After the lapse of the opposition period (publication in the Gazette for 60 days) and after ensuring that there is no official opposition evoked by any party, the registration fees shall then be paid and the registration certificate shall be received.
The trademark will thus become registered and will then have the legal right of defense against any infringement.
If the application is accepted, it shall be published in the Trademark Official Gazette (an official Gazette published by the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade on its official website periodically on the 7th day of each calendar month) for a period of 60 days according to the law.
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