Gambia 

Trademark - Gambia

Register your Trademark

Register your trademark with Inventa International and benefit from the following advantages:

Strategic Advice

Our specialists will review the information you provide and advise you on the best strategy to increase your chances of success in obtaining a trademark and protecting your brand.

We prepare the application

We will be in charge of all the procedings related to filing a trademark application based on the chosen strategy.

Trademark Maintenance for 10 years

Inventa International keeps a close eye on every event related to your trademark.

Client Area available

We provide you a secure web based client area to manage your Intellectual Property assets.

Trademark Registration

Process

Monitor the process from the preparation for the trademark application to its maintenance phase. Inventa International will accompany you every step of the way.

Gambia

Trademark Details and Timeframes

Priority claim

Available

Multi Class Application

Unavailable

Well-known Trademarks

Available

Body responsible for non-use cancellations

Court

Search with legal opinion time frame

8 days

Time until registration

1 year

Opposition Period

90 days

Use requirement period

5 years

Requirements

  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  Applicant data.
  •  Sample of the mark (not required for word marks).
  •  List of goods and/or services.
  •  Copy of priority document (if applicable).
  •  Power of attorney, simply signed.
  •  License agreement.
  •  Certificate of change of name.
  •  Certificate of change of address.
  •  License agreement.

Latest news

ANNOUNCEMENT

Gambia: The Republic of Gambia joins the Madrid Protocol

The Republic of Gambia becomes the last country (and the 21st African country) to integrate the Madrid Protocol. By joining the Madrid System, related to the international registration of trademarks, from 18th of December 2015, it will be possible to designate the country in international trademark applications via the Madrid System. The Madrid Protocol, which now counts 96 countries, allows applicants to obtain the protection of trademarks in members of the Protocol by filing one single application in only one language and through the payment of one set of official fees.

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