If you have a pending or registered trade mark, it’s possible to assign the rights of the trade mark to another party with a deed of assignment of a trade mark.
An assignment application form needs to be filed together with documentary evidence showing proof of the assignment. This could be a Deed of Assignment, a merger document, a probate document in the case of a deceased owner or a declaration.
Assignments are a legal document prepared on a case by case basis to ensure both parties are protected.
The document could include a number of clauses under headings such as:
Definitions and interpretation
Governing law and jurisdiction
If you wish to either partially or fully assign the rights of your trade mark to another party, it’s best to ask the experts to prepare an assignment document to suit your needs. Feel free to contact us.
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