What happens if I do not revive my trademark during the revival period?

A Trademark Revival is a process to restore a trademark that was cancelled or abandoned due to non-use. The revival period is the limited time frame within which the trademark owner can file a request to revive their trademark.

If a trademark owner does not revive their trademark during the revival period, they may lose the rights to their trademark. The trademark may be considered abandoned and will become available for other parties to use and register.

It is important for trademark owners to monitor the status of their trademarks and file a revival request before the end of the revival period to ensure they maintain their trademark rights. Failing to revive a trademark during the revival period may result in significant legal and financial consequences for the trademark owner.