Trademark Application and Registration Retrieval System (TARR) Law and Legal Definition

Trademark Application and Registration Retrieval System (TARR) is a creation of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). TARR helps to retrieve information about the status of pending and registered trademarks obtained from the USPTO’s internal database by entering a valid trademark serial number or registration number. However, the serial number or registration number should be valid and held safely.