Trademark Glossary

class and classification Products ("goods") and services are organized by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) according to specific categories, or "classes." If you wish to use a trademark to cover more than a single product or service, and those products or services fall into more than a single class (for example, motorcycles and clothing) additional fees are required for each additional class. The USPTO numbers its classes, and each number corresponds to a named category, as below. Please note that the terms in the class headings or short titles of the classes are generally too broad to be used alone as your actual description of products or services. Also, an international class number alone is never an acceptable listing. Product ("Goods") Classes Class 1: Chemical Products Chemicals used in industry, science and photography, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed artificial resins; unprocessed plasti

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The Hon'ble President has given his assent to the Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 with effect form 2nd November, 2018.  Section 2(41) - Change in Financial Year to be done by CG (to be delegated to RD).  Section 10A - Re-introducing the Requirements of Obtaining Certificate of Commencement of Business. Non-obtaining of the same to be a ground of Striking Off.  Section 12 -  Non-Maintenance of Registered Office to be a ground for striking off of the Company.  Section 14 - Conversion of Public Co to Private to be with Central Govt.  Section 53 -  Contravention on issuing of shares on discount will attract a penalty Upto the equal amount rise through  issue or  Rs.5,00,000 and amount is liable to refund along with interest @12% P.A.  Section 64 - If SH-7 Filed after 30 days then Company & Officer Liable to a penalty of Rs. 1000/day .  Section 77,86 & 87- Maximum time period for registration/modification of charges to be 30 days + additional 30 days. Furthe

Procedure for Formation of Company in India - FAQ

Procedure for Formation of Company in India - FAQ Procedure for Forming a Company in India | Procedure for forming a subsidiary in India | Procedure for Forming a Private Limited Company in India | Procedure for Incorporating Company in India | How to Incorporate in India | How to start a company in India | Type of Companies in India | Forming Subsidiary in India | Company Registration India | Business Entities in India | Registrar of Companies in India | Company Registrations India | Online Company Registration India | Registration Office India | Government of India Register of Companies | How Do I Start a Business in India On this page: What are the Types of Business Entities in India? What is a Private Limited Company? What is a Public Limited Company? What are the advantages of a Limited Company? What are the disadvantages of a Limited Company? What entity is best suited? What is the minimum paid-up capital of a Private Limited Company? What is the difference betw


 Tips for Starting Your Own Company : 1. Do a self-inventory:       Not everyone has what it takes to start a company. That’s not to say that your idea is not brilliant, but are you ready for all the chores that come with it, like cold calling prospects and invoicing  them until you're paid when you start getting clients? It just means that you may not have the personality traits to handle launching a company of your own. 2. Develop an idea:        Don’t just start a business because something is in vogue and you think commercializing it will make money. Develop a business concept that you're passionate about related to something that you have experience with. From there, come up with a product or service that you believe can enhance the people’s lives. 3. Write a business plan:         A solid business plan will guide you going forward, even if your plan is to be just a entrepreneur or freelancer. It’s also needed for presenting your idea to potential inve