Design licence—pro-licensee
Design licence—pro-licensee

The following IP precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Design licence—pro-licensee
  • Background
  • 1 Definitions and interpretation
  • 2 Grant of rights
  • 3 Licensor’s obligations
  • 4 Licensee’s obligations
  • 5 Use of the designs
  • 6 Title to the designs
  • 7 Infringement of the Designs
  • 8 Infringement of third-party rights
  • More...

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This Licence is made on [insert date]

Parties

  1. 1

    [insert licensor name] a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert company number] and whose registered office is at [insert registered office] (the Licensor); and

  1. 2

    [insert licensee name] a company incorporated in [England and Wales] under number [insert company number] and whose registered office is at [insert registered office] (the Licensee).

(each of the Licensor and the Licensee being a party and together the Licensor and the Licensee are the parties).

Background

    1. (A)

      The Licensor [is the [registered] proprietor of OR is the applicant to register OR has the right to license and/or sublicense] certain designs.

    1. (B)

      The Licensee is [insert description of the Licensee’s background/background to licence or relevant transaction].

    1. (C)

      The Licensor has agreed to grant a licence of these designs to the Licensee and the Licensee has agreed to take

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