Estonia Trademark Search & Registration

Trademark Search in Estonia

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Frequently Asked Questions
Does having a registered trademark in Estonia afford me any right?

Legal protection and ownership rights to a trademark are obtained only through registration.

What is the web address of the trademark national office?

Estonia’s national trademark office is accessible online at:

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

Applicants are not mandated by Estonia’s trademark law to use the mark before filing of application.

What are the grounds for a Trademark Application to be opposed?

The application can be challenged on these grounds: 

  • Breach of copyright
  • Proprietary rights
  • Bad faith
  • Moral principles and public policy
  • Generic marks/words
  • Rights of well-known marks
  • Rights in a registered design
  • Rights in a company/business name
  • Rights in a proprietary pharmaceutical or medicinal product
  • Rights in a personal name
  • Use of a geographical indication
  • Prohibited marks based on international treaties
  • Rights in a fixed architectural structure or rights in an industrial property
  • Registration under agent’s name or other representative
  • Use of protected state emblems, flags or armorial bearings
  • Functional, descriptive, non-distinctive, disparaging, misleading or deceptive marks
Who can contest my trademark registration?

Any interested person or party can oppose the registration. Owners of an earlier registered mark may also initiate an opposition.

Is it possible to cancel a registration?

Yes. A registered mark may be cancelled on the following reasons: 

  • Rights in a personal name, registered design, company name, pharmaceutical/medicinal product, fixed architectural site, or industrial property
  • Bad faith
  • Geographical indication
  • Incapable of being reproduced graphically
  • Conflict with moral principles and public order
  • Generic mark
  • Registration under name of agent or representative
  • Used of protected emblems of states, flags or armorial bearings
  • Proprietary rights
  • Descriptive mark
  • Non-distinctive mark
  • Misleading/disparaging/deceptive mark
  • Functional mark
Are there any rights established by having a registered trademark?

Yes. Owners of the registered mark are secured of the following rights: 

  • Exclusive right to use the mark
  • Right to object to conflicting applications filed on a later date
  • Right to petition for the cancellation of conflicting registrations
  • Right to sue third parties for infringement
  • Right to obtain damages from third parties for infringement
  • Right to give authorization to third parties to use the mark
  • Right to demand for the confiscation of fake goods bearing the mark
How long is the opposition period?

The opposition period will officially start on the date the application was published. It will close exactly two months after the publication date.

Is Estonia a member of the Madrid System?

Yes. Estonia signed the Madrid Protocol registration system.

Do I need to present periodic statement of use?
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