August 1, 2018
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BERMUDA: Official Fees Increased in April
Bermuda’s Registrar General increased the official fees for trademark matters as of April 1, 2018. With already some of the highest official fees in the Caribbean region, the small British Overseas Territory increased its fees by approximately 5 percent for all types of actions.
For example, the total official fees for filing and completing the registration of a trademark increased from US $488 to US $512. The fee for a renewal, including issuance of the certificate, increased from US $420 to US $441. Bermuda’s last fee increase took place in 2016.
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