Trade marks must be renewed every 10 years.
You can renew a trade mark in the 6 months before it expires and up to 6 months afterwards.
You cannot renew online if your trade mark expired more than 6 months ago. You might still be able to restore your trade mark by post.
It costs £200 for the first class of goods or services your trade mark is in, and £50 for each extra class.
You can reduce the number of classes at the time you renew.
You also have to pay a late renewal fee if you’re applying in the 6 months after your trade mark’s expiry date. The fee is £50.
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You can renew your trade mark online.
You’ll also be able to renew patents and registered designs at the same time.
Renew by post
Fill in the trade mark renewal form and post it. The address is on the form.
Restore by post
Fill in a request to restore a trade mark if your trade mark expired more than 6 months but less than a year ago.
You must include a written statement explaining why you did not renew on time.
Fees and postage instructions are on the application form.
Your trade mark will only be renewed if the Intellectual Property Office is satisfied with your statement.
£100 of your fee is not refundable if your application is refused.