Peru Trademark Search & Registration

Trademark Search in Peru

Search your trademark within Peruvian Trademark Office. Search by Trademark Name, Number or Applicant

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Frequently Asked Questions
Does having a registered trademark in Peru give me any right?

Registration is obligatory to secure rights to a trademark. Peru follows the "first to file" principle.

What is the web address of the trademark national office?

The national office is accessible online at the following URL: http://www.indecopi.gob.pe.

Is there any need to use my trademark before I apply for registration?

Neither actual use nor intent to use is required for application.

Can a Trademark Application be opposed?

The following can be grounds for opposition:

  • proprietary rights
  • the mark is descriptive
  • the mark is not distinctive
  • the mark is misleading, deceptive or disparaging
  • the mark is functional
  • breach of copyright
  • notorious or well-known mark
  • protection of armorial bearings, flags and other State emblems
  • representation of the proprietor of the mark
  • trade names
  • registered design rights
  • rights in a personal name
  • the mark is generic
  • geographical indication
  • the mark is against public policy or principles of morality
  • isolated colour without any specific shape
Who can contest my trademark application?

The following parties may initiate an opposition:

  • any interested party
  • the owner of an earlier right
  • a licensee
  • owners of trademarks that are currently registered or being applied for in any Andean Community namely Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador or Peru
Is it possible to cancel a registration?

The following can be grounds for cancellation:

  • proprietary rights
  • the mark is descriptive
  • the mark is not distinctive
  • the mark is misleading, deceptive or disparaging
  • the mark is functional
  • breach of copyright
  • notorious or well-known mark
  • protection of armorial bearings, flags and other State emblems
  • representation of the proprietor of the mark
  • trade names
  • registered design rights
  • rights in a personal name
  • the mark is generic
  • geographical indication
  • the mark is against public policy or principles of morality
  • the mark is an isolated colour without any specific shape
Are there any rights established by having a registered trademark?

The following rights are established by registration:

  • the exclusive right to use the registered trademark
  • the right to file an opposition case against later conflicting applications
  • the right to file a cancellation case against a later conflicting registration
  • the right to sue third parties for infringement or for using a confusingly similar mark
  • the right to license interested parties to use the trademark
  • the right to apply for the seizure of counterfeit goods by customs authorities
  • the right to receive compensation for infringement
How long is the opposition period?

The opposition period begins on the first working day following publication.

 

The opposition period ends 30 working days after publication.

Is Peru a member of the Madrid System?

Peru is not a party to either the Madrid Agreement or the Madrid Protocol. International applications may not be designated in Peru.

Do I need to present periodic statement of use?

Periodic statements of use are not required.

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