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The Bahamas has its own local Classification of Goods based on the Trade Marks Rules of 1948. Services are not accommodated under these provisions. With over 30 years of experience in Intellectual Property, Mosko & Associates is well versed in converting international classes into the equivalent local classes.

The anticipated accession to the Nice Agreement concerning the International Classification of Goods and Services for the purposes of the Registration of Marks will modernise Trade Marks in The Bahamas. The Nice Agreement will be incorporated under the awaited new Trade Mark laws.


For more information, see the Trade Marks webpage of the Registrar General Department.

Documents Required:

Trade mark Authorisation Form (PDF)



  • Authorisation Form(s), signed by the Owner/Applicant.

  • Name, domicile, address and nature of business of the Owner/Applicant.

  • List of Goods to be claimed in the application.

  • An electronic sample of the Logo.



  • Authorisation Form(s), signed by the Owner/Applicant.

  • Registration date and the number to be renewed.

  • Confirmation of the name and address of the Owner/Applicant.



  • Office Actions

  • Investigations

  • Cease & Desist letters

  • Oppositions


  • Authorisation Form(s), signed by the Assignor or Assignee.

  • Joint request signed by Assignor and Assignee including name, number and date of registration of the marks covered.

  • Assignment signed by Assignor and Assignee.


  • Authorisation Form(s), signed by the Owner/Applicant.

  • Certified copy of the Certificate of Change of Name.

  • Registration number and date of mark effected.

  • Identification of new address.


Jason Evans

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