Registration of trademark in Serbia

The Republic of Serbia is a signatory country to the Madrid Protocol and the Madrid Agreement. In view of the foregoing fact, there are two ways of registering trademark in Serbia, namely:

The cost of trademark registration in the Serbia

The data is relevant for today 21.11.2019 - 16:26

Country Comprehensive review Registration service Registration certificate Total
Trademark registration in Serbia
First class, Word mark OR Logo
74.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark OR Logo
61.00 EUR
First class, Word mark AND Logo:
112.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark AND Logo
93.00 EUR
First class, Word mark OR Logo
632.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark OR Logo
132.00 EUR
First class, Word mark AND Logo
632.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark AND Logo
132.00 EUR
First class, Word mark OR Logo
756.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark OR Logo
112.00 EUR
First class, Word mark AND Logo
756.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark AND Logo
112.00 EUR
First class, Word mark OR Logo1462.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark OR Logo305.00 EUR
First class, Word mark AND Logo1500.00 EUR
Additional class, Word mark AND Logo337.00 EUR


Step 1
Free Consultation *
During the free consultation, our experts will assist you in selecting the most optimal class under the ICGS
Step 2
Preliminary Check
Our lawyers will carry out an expert assessment of the emblem/logo/TM, ensuring it complies with the necessary requirements and the degree of resemblance between your trademark and already registered TM
Step 3
You can agree with us on the most convenient payment method
Step 6
Obtaining a Certificate
On request, the certificate of registration can be delivered to you via courier service
Step 5
The registrar reviews the application and attached documents; the procedure can be done without the client necessarily being present
Step 4
Submission of Documents
After completing a power of attorney, our specialists collect and prepare the necessary documents (including statement of use) and submit the application for trademark registration

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1. Registration in the National Patent Service of Serbia

  • It is necessary to submit application directly to this service.
  • After that, examination for the correctness of the data specified in the application, formal examination of the trademark, examination for compliance with the selected classification number according to the Nice system, and verification of the availability of visually similar or identical trademarks in the register of the National Serbian Patent Bureau are carried out.
  • Based on the results of the verifications and examinations, the Patent Service issues the required Certificate to the applicant.

2. International registration of trademark in several countries at once

  • The application should be submitted to the International Office of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In order to do the foregoing, it is necessary to contact the patent office of your country, that is, the state where the trademark is already registered;
  • In order to file application according to international standard, the trademark registered in your country is necessary.
  • The WIPO Service conducts formal examination of the trademark for compliance with the specified classification (according to the generally accepted Nice system), for the availability of similar trademarks in the considered business sphere, etc.
  • Examination of the correctness of compilation of the documents for registration of trademark in Serbia, such as the application, etc. is also carried out. If the results of the examinations are satisfactory, the applicant will obtain the certificate of registering a brand name in Serbia, and the trademark is entered in the International Register.
  • The WIPO Office sends the application for registration to the Patent Office of Serbia and other countries selected for international registration.
  • The Serbian National Patent Office conducts a number of independent examinations concerning this trademark. Specific features of the country's patent legislation are taken into account during the foregoing procedure.
  • Based on the results of the examinations at the national patent offices, the decision clarifying whether it is possible to provide protection to this trademark in a particular state (in this case in Serbia) is sent to the WIPO.
  • Final and interim refusals, final decisions are entered in the International Register. If registration with the national patent office is impossible, the trademark’s owner will be notified of the above fact. He will also receive an extract from the international register stating that registration of his trademark in Serbia is recognized as invalid.
  • If the answer from the national patent office does not come to the WIPO within a specified time, the registration is considered to be carried out, and trademark is protected in the territory of the Republic of Serbia.

Proper compilation of the application and other documents, as well as timely responses to the requests of patent services, will ensure successful registration and reliable legal protection of the trademark being registered.

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