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Requirements for Filing Trademark Applications in Mexico

The requirements for filing trademark/service trademark applications in Mexico are as follows:

1. Full name, domicile and state of incorporation of the applicant.

2. Full domicile where the goods are, or will be manufactured, or where the services are or will be rendered in Mexico or abroad.

3. Date of first use (if any) of the corresponding trademark in the Mexican Republic, indicating day, moth and year.  A trademark application may be filed although it has not been used in Mexico.

4. Specific goods or services to be protected under the International Classification. Under Mexican Trademark Law, it is not possible to claim “all the goods/services” of the International classes, but rather you have to specify in detail the goods or services to be covered.

5. Trademark name or device that you wish to protect.

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1. A power of attorney signed by the applicant in the presence of two witnesses with a mention of their names and addresses. If the applicant is a corporation, the power of attorney should indicate the date of incorporation. No attestation or legalization will be required.
2. Specification, claims and abstract. A Spanish translation is required.
3. Four (4) sets of the formal drawings, if any.
4. If the applicant is not the inventor, an assignment deed signed by the inventor should be filed or a certified copy of the assignment in the country of origin.
5. If priority is claimed, a certified copy of the home application accompanied with a sworn Spanish translation will be required.

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  • Complete names, street addresses and citizenship of the applicant and inventors

  • Formal Drawings, which must include the following views:

    • perspective view
    • front view
    • rear view
    • top view
    • bottom view
    • left side view
    • right side view

  • Certified copy of the priority document (if any)

  • Assignment of Invention from the inventor (s) to the applicant. Neither notarization nor legalization is required

  • Power of Attorney document executed as follows:
    • For Companies, signed by the applicant’s legal representative before the presence of a Notary Public who must fill out the notarial certification of our format, afterwards this document has to be legalized by Apostille or by the nearest Mexican Consul.

    • For Individuals, only signed by the applicant before the presence ... More details


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