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List of Ropes, Sacks and Bags Under Trademark Class 22

List of Ropes, Sacks and Bags Under Trademark Class 22
Shivani Jain
| Updated: Oct 30, 2020 | Category: Trademark

The term “Trademark Class 22” signifies a particular class for Trademark Classifications that transacts with the goods and products termed as Ropes, Sacks, and Bags.

However, the goods, such as Strings for Musical Instruments, Safety Nets, Metal Ropes, Sports Rackets, Hair Nets, Golf Bags, Luggage Nets, etc.are ruled out from the ambit of this trademark class.

Also, the term Rope, Sacks and Bags include Vehicle Covers, Textile Packaging Bags, Rope Ladders, Bands and Slings etc.

In this blog, we will discuss the idea of Trademark Class 22 and the List of Items termed as Ropes, Sacks, and Bags under this Trademark Class.

Items Covered under Trademark Class 22

The Items covered under the Trademark Class 22 are as follows:

  1. Vehicle Covers
  2. Various Stuffing Materials that are not made of Rubber or Plastics.
  3. Textile Packaging Bags
  4. Tents, Unfitted Coverings, Canvas, Canopy, etc.
  5. Sails and Nets
  6. Rope Ladders
  7. Fishing Nets and Hammocks
  8. Diverse Ropes, Cordages, and Strings
  9. Cords and Twines made of either Natural or Artificial textiles, papers, fibers, or plastics.
  10. Certain Sacks and Bags that are not otherwise classified by function or purpose.
  11. Bands and Slings
  12. Animal Fibers;
  13. Raw Textile Fibers
  14. All the different types of raw textile fibers.

Items Not Covered under Trademark Class 22

The Items that not covered under the Trademark Class 22 are as follows:

Tm Class 22 items excluded
  1. Metal Ropes under the Trademark Class 6.
  2. Safety Nets under the Trademarks Class 9.
  3. Luggage Nets for Vehicles under the Trademark Class 12.
  4. Strings for Musical Instruments under the Trademark Class 15.
  5. Packaging Bags of Plastic and Paper under the Trademark Class 16.
  6. Stuffing Material of Cardboard or Paper under the Trademark Class 16
  7. Packaging Bags of Rubber under the Trademark Class 17.
  8. Garment Bag for Travelling under the Trademark Class 18.
  9. Packaging Bags of Leather under the Trademark Class 18.
  10. Hair Nets under the Trademark Class 26.
  11. Golf Bags under the Trademark Class 28.
  12. Sports Racket under the Trademark Class 28.
  13. Sports Net under the Trademark Class 28.

Coordinated Classes for Trademark Class 22

Trademark Class 22 Classes

In case, a good or service falls under the domain of 2 or more groups or classes for Trademark Classifications, then, in that situation, the applicant needs to submit an application in each of such trademark classifications.

Also, all these other or associated classes/ groups/ classifications/ are termed as Related or Coordinated Classes.

Besides this, it needs to be taken into consideration that the USPTO had given the idea of Related Classes. And, the full form of the term USPTO is United States Patent & Trademark Office.

Further, as per USPTO[1], any person who wants to apply for Trademark Registration under the Trademark Class 22, must submit the application form in all the other related classes as well.

Further, the Related or Coordinated Classes for Trademark Class 22 are as follows:

  1. Yarns and Threads under the Trademark Class 23;
  2. Textiles under the Trademark Class 24;
  3. Advertising and Business Services under the Trademark Class 35;
  4. Science and Technology Services under the Trademark Class 42;

Detailed List of Goods Covered under the Trademark Class 22

Animal Hair

Glass fibers made for textile use

Schappemade of raw silk waste

Awnings of textile

Grasses used for upholstering

Seaweed used for stuffing

Awnings made of synthetic materials

Hammocks

Sheaf-binding yarns

Bags [sacks] used for the transport and storage of materials in bulk

Hemp

Shorn wool

Bags used for washing hosiery

Hemp bands

Raw silk

Binding thread, not made of metal, and used for agricultural purposes

Horsehair

Silk flock

Bindings, not made of metal

Jute

Sisal

Body bags

Kapok

Slings, not made of metal, and used for handling loads

Braces, not of metal, for handling loads / harness, not of metal, for handling loads

Ladder tapes for venetian blinds / ladder tapes or webbing for venetian blinds

Snares [nets]

Brattice cloth

Liber

Straps, not made of metal, and used for handling loads / belts, not made of metal, and used for handling loads

Cables, not made of metal

Raw linen [flax]

Straw used for stuffing upholstery

Camel hair

Linters

Straw wrappers made for bottles / bottle envelopes made of straw / packing of straw, for bottles

Canvas for sails

Mail bags

String

Car towing ropes

Net pens used for fish farming

Strips used for tying-up vines

Carbon fibers made for textile use

Nets used for camouflage

Tarpaulins

Carded wool

Nets

Tents

Coconut fiber

Network

Textile fibers

Cocoons

Outdoor blinds of textile

Thread, not made of metal, and used for wrapping or binding purposes

Combed wool

Packing [cushioning, stuffing] materials, not made of rubber, plastics, paper, or cardboard

Tow

Cords used for hanging pictures

Packing string

Twine made of paper

Raw cotton

Packing rope

Twine for nets

Cotton tow

Padding materials, not made of rubber, plastics, paper, or cardboard / stuffing, not made of rubber, plastics, paper, or cardboard

Upholstery wool [stuffing]

Cotton waste [flock] used for padding and stuffing

Plastic fibers used for textile use

Vehicle covers, not fitted

Covers used for camouflage

Purse seines

Vitreous silica fibers made for textile use

Down as feathers

Raffia

Wadding used for filtering

Eiderdown

Ramie fibre

Wadding used for padding and stuffing upholstery

Esparto grass

Rope ladders

Wax ends

Feathers for bedding

Ropes, not made of metal

Whipcord

Feathers used for stuffing upholstery

Ropes

Wood shavings

Raw fibrous textile

Sacks and bags made of textile, and used for packaging / bags [envelopes, pouches] made of textile, and used for packaging

Wood wool

Fibrous gaskets used for ships

Sails

Wool flock

Fishing nets

Sails for ski sailing

Raw and treated wool

Fleece wool

Sash cords

Wrapping or binding bands, not of metal

Flock, such as stuffing

Sawdust

 

Conclusion

In a nutshell, finding out a correct trademark class for the goods or services can become to be an intricate and backbreaking task. Also, the same requires a lot of prior experience and research concerning the different kinds of applications and Trademark classes.

Further, the Trademark Class 22 usually covers all types of Rope, Sacks, and Bags, and includes several other associated goods as well.

Also, Read: How to Choose Correct Trademark Class for Trademark Registration in India

Shivani Jain

Shivani has completed her B com LLB (Hons) and has the experience of writing various research papers during her college time. Earlier she was working as an Associate in a Delhi based Law Firm, but her interest in writing made her pursue Legal Content Writing as a career. Her core area of interest is in writing about various legal enactments, tax, and finance.

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