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Malaysia Trademark Registration

Basic Fees (One mark one class)
Search: USD 260 Application: USD 880 Registration: USD 200

The legal basis of Malaysia's trademark is the Trade Marks Act 1976. Malaysia is a member of the Paris Convention and the Madrid Union. Malaysia adopts first-to-file basis for trademark protection. Trademark registration is valid for 10 years from the date of application and could be renewed for 10 years before the expiry date.


Fees (USD)

Word mark search (optional)


Application (20 items)

- First class

- Each additional class




- First class

- Each additional class



* Each item in excess of 20 will be charged with an extra fee of USD10.

All fees above are exclusive of bank charge, courier fee and tax, if any.

(1) A completed trademark search/registration order form.
(2) A soft copy of the trademark in JPEG format.
(3) A priority document when priority is claimed (extra charge will be charged for filing priority claim documents).

(1) Kaizen acknowledges the information including the specimens of mark, its goods/services and registration details, then provides the latest quotation, preliminary advice and classifies your goods/services;
(2) After the quotation has been confirmed, client will be required to complete our Trademark Search/ Registration Order Form and send it back to Kaizen by email, fax or post;
(3) Once receipt of the payment for pre-filing search, Kaizen will conduct the pre-filing search (if requested). The search report will be sent to client within 15 working days (based on the duration of the official search);
(4) Client could refer to our analysis and suggestion in the search report and decide whether to file the application. Kaizen will file trademark application to the MYIPO upon receipt of your payment and instruction;

The MYIPO will conduct a search of the trademarks records to see if the same or similar trademark has already been registered or been applied for by another trader in the same or similar class. They will also see if the trademark satisfies the registration requirements laid down in the Trade Marks Act 1976. If the requirements for registration are not met, the Examiner will object to the mark;

(6) Once your trademark has been accepted for registration, it will be published on the Government Gazette;
(7) If no objection by a third party, a registration certificate will be issued by the MYIPO. We will review and send the certificate to you.
Currently it takes around 13 - 18 months to get a trademark registered in Thailand in a smooth case.

Payment Term and Payment Method

Our fees for each stage of an application are to be invoiced and settled before the commencement of each stage of service. If a China or Taiwan Value-Added Tax invoice is required, 7.5% or 5% additional charge will be incurred.

We currently accept cheque, cash, TT and credit card through Paypal (5% additional charge will incur for paypal). Please click here for payment methods.

Refund Policy
No refund of fees will be made after the commencement of services. For example, if we have already conducted the pre-filing search and the search result indicates that there is an identical mark already in the register, the application for filing should not be proceeded, the fees for pre-filing search will not be refunded. Or we have already filed an application and the application is being objected and refused by the USPTO or any other party, there will not be any refunded of fees.
In any case you pay us our fees for all three stages of an application, and the search result indicates that there is an identical mark already in the register, the application for filing should not be proceeded, the fees for services not performed, i.e., filing for application and issuing of certificate of registration will be refunded, after deducting bank wiring charge.