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Trademark License Agreements

Trademark License AgreementsTrademark License Agreements

“A trademark is any name, symbol, letter, word, and used by a manufacturer  in order to own the goods and to distinguish them from those manufactured or sold by others.”

“Billabong” is a perfect example of a trademark.

A trade name identifies the business. A trademark identifies the product.  Trademarks are used to identify products.

These are often licensed to facilitate the marketing of goods and services. Scroll down further for documents allowing the Transfer or Assignment of Trademarks.

Trademark License Agreements + Free Samples

This Trademark License Agreements collection allows trade mark owners to license  and sell their trademark.

Trademark License  (short)

Allows a trade mark owner to license the use of their mark.  A basic trademark license including terms covering:

  • Licence
  • Licencee’s Undertakings
  • Indemnity
  • Improvements
  • Goodwill protection
  • Term and termination
  • License fees
  • Warranties by licensor
  • Third party claim
  • Limitation of liability
  • Assignment
  • Costs

The precedent includes a Schedule for variables and Annexure for graphical representations.

8 pages long.

Trade mark licence short – FREE SAMPLE

Trademark License (long)

A more extensive trademark license Agreement including terms covering:

  • Exclusivity
  • Appointment of user
  • Payments
  • Promotion
  • Services
  • Execution
  • No agency
  • Similar marks
  • Maintenance of value
  • Marketing materials
  • Infringement proceedings
  • Indemnity
  • Termination
  • Warranties
  • Notices
  • Applicable law
  • GST
  • Charges
  • Exclusive/non-exclusive rights
  • Assignment
  • Amendments
  • Severability
  • Entire agreement

The precedent includes a Schedule for variables and Annexure for graphical representations.

 9 pages long.

Trademark license long – FREE SAMPLE

Trademark Transfers

This collection contains the necessary documentation to transfer ownership of a registered trade mark.

Assignment of Registered Trademark

Suitable for the sale of a trademark which is registered or in the process of being registered.

  • 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 of Trademark with goodwill

Suitable for the sale of a trademark as part of a sale of business. 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 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) License Agreement in the Schedule, and attach any graphical representations to Annexure A.

7pages long.

Assignment of Unregistered Common Law Trademark

Suitable for the sale of an unregistered (common law) trade mark. Includes:

  • Definitions, interpretation
  • Terms of Assignment
  • Assignor’s warranties
  • Further assurances
  • General provisions

Include a description of the Trademark(s) License Agreement in the Schedule, and attach any graphical representations to Annexure A.

7 pages long.

Sale of Trademark

Sale of a trademark which is registered or in the process of being registered. Includes clauses dealing with:

  • Definitions, interpretation
  • Terms of sale
  • Vendor’s warranties
  • Completion
  • Further assurances
  • General provisions

All variables are located in the Schedule and Annexure for ease of drafting.

8 pages long.

Trademark Licences + Free Samples

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