Trademark Registration in Chile: Protect Your Brand Legally

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What is it?

Trademark Registration in Chile is a service that helps individuals and businesses protect their brand identity by legally registering a trademark with the National Institute of Industrial Property (INAPI). This service ensures that your trademark is legally recognized, providing exclusivity and protection against unauthorized use.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for business owners, entrepreneurs, creators, and enterprises operating in or planning to enter the Chilean market. It is particularly beneficial for those who want to protect their brand identity, logo, or product name from being used by others without permission, ensuring that their intellectual property is safeguarded.


  1. Conduct a trademark search to ensure the desired trademark is available.
  2. Prepare and compile all necessary documents required for trademark application.
  3. Submit the completed application to the National Institute of Industrial Property (INAPI).
  4. Wait for INAPI to review and process the application, which may include publishing the trademark in the Official Gazette for any oppositions.
  5. Respond to any oppositions or objections raised during the publication period.
  6. Receive approval and registration certificate if the application is successful.
  7. Pay the required fees and final costs to complete the registration process.

Required documents

  • Application form: Obtainable from the INAPI website ( .
  • Proof of identity: Valid government-issued ID or passport for individuals, or company registration documents for businesses.
  • Trademark design or logo: A clear image or representation of the trademark to be registered.
  • Proof of payment: Receipt of payment for application fees.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • The process usually takes between 6 to 12 months, depending on the complexity and any opposition faced.
  • Trademark registration in Chile is valid for 10 years and can be renewed.
  • It is advisable to consult a legal expert or trademark attorney for assistance in navigating the application process.
  • For any disputes or legal issues related to trademarks, INAPI provides mediation and arbitration services.
  • Be aware that certain terms or symbols might be considered non-registerable, such as generic names or symbols.


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