You can assign a trademark during the application process. Whether the trade mark is in the process of being registered or unregistered, the assignor or the assignee will have to notify the Registrar by lodging a form to record the transfer of ownership, or the trademark’s transmission.
Assignment of Trademark Application
Suitable for the sale of a trademark which is in the process of being registered. Includes:
- Definitions, interpretation
- Terms of Assignment
- Assignor’s warranties
- Further assurances
- General provisions
Include a description of the Trademark(s) in the Schedule, and attach any graphical representations to Annexure A.
7 pages long.
Assignment refers to the transfer of your trademark to another entity via sale and can be partial or full. You must apply to the Registrar to record your assignment. Licensing models enable trademark owners to allow others to use their trademark for a fee without transferring ownership of the trademark.
Trademark Assignment Law and Legal Definition. Trademark assignment is the transfer of ownership of a trademark application or trademark registration from one entity to another. The transferring party called the assignor; transfers to the receiving party called the assignee its property rights in the trademark.