The present Terms and Conditions are an Agreement between a Website visitor or a Client and RegHelp group Ltd. (“RegHelp”) as operator of the Websites www.reg-help.com and reghelp.co.uk (individually the “Party” and collectively the “Parties” to this Agreement). The Agreement regulates the terms under which RegHelp offers the information, software, and Services on its Website. The Services are only offered in the case when the Client has accepted the present Terms and Conditions.
1.1. “Terms and Conditions” – present Terms and Conditions, available on the Website www.reg-help.com.
1.2. “RegHelp” – RegHelp group Ltd, private company limited by shares, incorporated in the UK under registered address Kemp House, 160, City Road, London EC1V 2NX (Company Number 13640913).
1.4. “Website visitor” – someone who views/goes to the Website.
1.5. “Client” – an individual who enters into the Agreement with RegHelp.
1.6. “Agreement” – a contract between the Client and RegHelp, that is reached after the acceptance of these Terms and Conditions by the Client.
1.7. “Services” – all services offered by RegHelp and related to assistance in trademark registration in the UK, US, EU, SG; verification of the trademark registration; assistance in company registration; bank and merchant account opening assistance.
1.8. “Verification” or “Verification Service” – the assessment of a Client’s mark’s / company’s suitability for registration as a trademark / legal entity in the Trademark Office / Register of Legal Entities, which includes searching for identical marks / company names in the relevant databases, and checking the grounds for a refusal to register a mark /company in the Trademark Office / Register of Legal Entities.
1.9. “Registration” or “Registration Service” – performing all the actions necessary to register the Client’s trademark in the Trademark Register; performing all the actions necessary to register the Client’s Company in the Register of Legal Entities in the chosen jurisdiction; performing all the actions necessary to open merchant / bank account, with the exception of actions in litigation, i.e., actions in the submission of objections or comments.
We are not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney or law firm. We cannot provide any kind of advice, explanation, opinion, or recommendation about possible legal rights, remedies, defenses, options, selections of form, or strategies.
1.10. “Application” – a form filled out by RegHelp, which contains Personal Data of the Client and is to be sent to the Trademark office / the Register of Legal Entities.
1.11. “Trademark Office” – National/regional office that is responsible for the trademark registration in the country.
1.12. “Register of Legal Entities” – National / regional office that is responsible for registration of legal entities in the country.
1.13. “Financial organization” – financial organization where the Client wishes to open an account.
1.14. “Service Fee” – agreed amount of remuneration of RegHelp for provided Services.
2. General Terms
2.2. By entering into the Agreement with RegHelp, the Client declares that he is entitled to enter into this Agreement on his behalf or on behalf of the third party indicated by him and has the legal capacity to do so. In case of warrant’s breach by the Client, RegHelp has a right to terminate the Agreement unilaterally with the Client notification.
2.3. The Client accepts the Terms and Conditions by leaving a request for the Services on the Website.
2.4. Reghelp does not bare any financial responsibility related to the submission of the Application.
2.5. Once the Client applied for the Services, he will be asked to pay the Service fee and to fill in a form. RegHelp will analyze the form, and then the Client will receive an invoice for paying the State fee (when applicable). The state fee varies on the country where Registration takes place.
2.6. RegHelp provides professional document filing services.
2.7. RegHelp updates the Client on the main stages of the Registration process.
2.8. If the Client receives an e-mail from a Trade Mark office / Register of Legal Entities or Financial organization containing information about the Application, the Client shall inform Reghelp and provide a copy of the received e-mail no later than within 3 days.
3. Remuneration terms
3.1. RegHelp is not responsible for the decisions that Trademark office/ Register of Legal Entities or Financial organization may take regarding Client’s application. RegHelp strives to offer excellent customer Services and provide professional legal document filing services. If the application for registration of a trademark / company / account opening was transmitted to the Trademark Office / Register of Legal Entities / Financial organization, there may be no cancellations or refunds after this time.
3.2. The trademark office may refuse to register the mark in question by a valid decision before its publication in the official document. In this case, the Client cannot receive a refund. Refunds do not apply in cases where third party’s comments or objections have been filed against the mark in question.
3.3. The Register of Legal Entities may refuse to register a company. In this case, the Client cannot receive a refund. Refunds do not apply in cases where third party’s comments or objections have been filed against the mark in question.
3.4. The financial organization may refuse to open an account. In this case, the Client cannot receive a refund.
4. Processing of Client’s Personal Data
4.1. The obtainment, processing, and storage of personal data of the Clients by RegHelp is covered by the existing data protection legislation of the UK and General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679.
5. Final provisions
5.1. RegHelp is authorized to alter Terms & Conditions and set forth additional conditions at any time and without notice, except for changes that have a negative impact on the Client.
5.2. The laws of the UK apply to the Terms & Conditions, the Agreement and/or any other document concluded in relation to the Terms & Conditions and the Agreement, except if otherwise is agreed between the parties in the specific document.
5.3. The parties shall attempt to resolve any dispute, controversy or claim arising under, out of or relating to this contract and any subsequent amendments of this contract, including, without limitation, its formation, validity, binding effect, interpretation, performance, breach or termination, as well as non-contractual claims through negotiations. If the matter is not resolved by negotiations within 30 days of receipt of a written “invitation to negotiate”, the dispute shall be finally settled in the respective court of England subject to the rules of jurisdiction.
5.4. If any provision of Terms & Conditions is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable by a court or arbitral tribunal, the other provisions of Terms & Conditions will remain in full force and effect.
5.5. In case of discrepancies of the English version of Terms & Conditions and any other language, the English text shall prevail.
Updated on 13 January 2022