Online Trademark Registration in India 

File a trademark application through Marks & Brands and protect your brand and customers 
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Deceptive similarity in trademarks 

A mark shall be deemed to be deceptively similar to another mark if it so nearly resembles that other mark as to be likely to deceive or cause confusion

Deceptive similarity in trademarks 

A Trademark is an exclusive right of a name, logo, word or any other visual symbol given to protect your business image. The very purpose of a trademark is to protect your original idea and goodwill. However, such protection could falter due to other marks that are deceptively similar to your trademark.

What is deceptive similarity?

A mark is said to be deceptively similar to another mark if it so nearly resembles the other mark as to be likely to deceive or cause confusion. With the growth of a business and the reputation in its brand value, the trademark right is often vulnerable to be infringed by the way of creation of marks by other traders seeking to confuse consumers and make use of the goodwill of the established trademark.