For online filing (via IP2SG or IPOS Go Mobile app):
(i) Application with class(es) whose specification items are fully adopted from pre-approved database: S$240 x number of classes
(ii) Application with class(es) whose specification items are not fully adopted from pre-approved database: S$341 x number of classes
For manual filing: S$374 x number of classes
You may incur additional cost if you wish to seek professional advice from a trade mark agent/lawyer.
If you need to make amendment(s) to the application as directed by the examiner, you may be required to submit the Form TM27 at a fee of S$40 per class.
For all trade mark applications lodged with IPOS from 15 April 2019 onwards, we would no longer require applicants to provide the translation and/or transliteration of the foreign words and/or characters appearing in their marks. This process will be automated and applicants need only to enter all the words and/or characters appearing in the mark in text format on the Form TM4. For international registrations designating Singapore, we will attempt to automatically generate the translation and transliteration of the foreign words and/or characters appearing in the mark.
For more information, please refer to Circular No. 4/2019, dated 7 March 2019.
If you have applied to register an identical trade mark for any of the goods/services listed in your application in any country which is a party to the Paris Convention or a member of the World Trade Organisation or to which the Minister has made an order under Section 11 conferring a right of priority, you are entitled to register the trade mark in Singapore in priority to any other intervening applications. However, you must file your application in Singapore within six months from the date of the first application in the foreign country. If you want to claim priority, you must indicate your claim in the application form and provide information about the application in the foreign country. You may also make multiple priority claims within the same application. For example, you may make priority claims with different dates in respect of different classes/goods/services. This information has to be indicated clearly in the application form.