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This Agreement is made on [insert date]
[insert name], a company incorporated in England and Wales, whose registered number is [insert company number] and whose registered office is at [insert address] (Licensor); and
[insert name], a company incorporated in England and Wales, whose registered number is [insert company number], whose registered office is at [insert address] (Licensee)
(each of the Licensor and the Licensee being a party and together the Licensor and the Licensee are the parties).
The Licensor is the proprietor of certain trade marks[, copyright][ and designs] relating to [insert character name] the famous fictional character[s] as featured in [insert details of relevant film, cartoon, comic book, computer game etc].
The Licensee is [insert background to licence/relevant transaction].
The Licensor has agreed to grant a licence to the Licensee to use the trade marks[, copyright][ and designs] on the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Definitions and interpretation
In this Agreement:
the fictional character[s] [insert name(s)], as featured in [insert details] and depicted on pages [insert numbers] of the Style Guidelines;
means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday[, on which clearing banks are open for non-automated commercial business in the [City of London]];
means any and all confidential information (in whatever form) including technical or other information imparted in confidence or disclosed
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