Can a seller take protection on same brand name using different class?

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    Kallis Roy
    Enhanced
    CA

    Can a seller take protection on same brand name using different class?

    e.g if a brand has trademark with XYZ brand name, can other seller register same trademark using different class?

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      Khalifa
      Beginner
      GB

      Yes, it is possible for a seller to register the same brand name using a different class, even if another seller has already registered the same brand name for a different class. Trademarks are registered by classes, and each class represents a specific type of goods or services.

      For example, a brand name might be registered for Class 25, which includes clothing, but another seller could register the same brand name for Class 9, which includes electronics.

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      Anna Norah
      Beginner
      GB

      Yes, seller take protection on same brand name using different clas of goods or services. Trademarks are registered for specific classes of goods and services, and two businesses can use the same trademark in different classes without infringing on each other’s rights.

      Robert John
      Beginner
      US

      Yes, a seller has the option to file for trademark registration of the same brand name in a different class than an already-existing trademark. Classes, or groups that represent various sorts of goods or services, are the basis on which trademarks are registered. Each class has a unique set of products or services to offer.

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