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Applying for Trademark? Here is how you can get a proprietor code

Before creating a Proprietor Code you need to ensure that you have a valid Class III Digital Signature Certificate and the same is installed on your computer.


Proprietor Code can be created online on the Trademarks Registry’s Website. To create a Proprietor Code you need follow the below steps.

  1. Go to http://www.ipindia.nic.in/

  2. Click on Trademarks;

  3. On the next page, click on Comprehensive eFiling Services for Trade Marks;

  4. On the next page, click on No Account? Sign Up;

  5. On the page, click on Proceed for Registration;

  6. The Next Page will display the New User Registration Form; on this page, select “Proprietor” in the type of Applicant and in the Enter Code box, type your (applicant’s) name and click on Search;

  7. On the next page, type your (applicant’s) name in the box and click on Submit;

  8. On the next page, click on Add New;

  9. On the next page, select the Proprietor Category and fill up the form, the form requires basic details like:

  • Name;

  • Address;

  • Nationality;

  • Service Address (where you want all notices to be served);

  • Telephone:

  • Fax;

  • E-mail;

  • Trade Description (Brief description of your business);

  • Trading As (Business Name);

  • Legal Status (Company, LLP, Partnership Firm, Trust, etc.).

10. Once you have filled the form, click on Submit and a Proprietor Code will be generated.


You need to mention the same Proprietor Code, for all applications made under the same name.

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