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Dear [insert organisation name],
Confirmation of assignment of intellectual property rights
In consideration of the sum of £[insert amount] paid by [insert name of assignee] (us or our) to [insert name of assignor] (you or your), (the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged by you), you hereby confirm:
that by virtue of [insert details here of the agreement, legislative provision, instrument or circumstances according to which the assignment of the intellectual property rights has been effected] all rights title and interest in and to the intellectual property rights set out in the Schedule to this letter (the Rights) were assigned to us with [full OR limited] title guarantee together with all of your rights and interests in respect of the Rights;
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