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This DEED is made on [insert date]
[insert name] [of OR a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (Assignor); and
[insert name] [of OR a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert registered number] whose registered office is at] [insert address] (Assignee)
each of the Assignor and the Assignee being a party and together the Assignor and the Assignee are the parties.
The Assignor is the [author AND/OR exclusive] proprietor of certain rights in the [insert description, eg literary] works.
The Assignee is [insert description of the Assignee’s background/background to assignment or relevant transaction].
The Assignor agrees to assign its rights in such works to the Assignee and the Assignee agrees to accept the assignment in accordance with the terms of this Deed.
THIS DEED PROVIDES:
Definitions and interpretation
In this Deed:
means any entity that directly or indirectly Controls, is controlled by or is under common Control with, another entity;
means all current, vested, contingent or future rights of copyright and all rights in the nature of copyright, being the exclusive right to do and authorise others to do any restricted acts under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, and all other rights of whatever nature in the Work, whether now known or in the
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