Trade Mark Assignment

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This document is a deed of assignment of a registered trade mark by a founder to the company.

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Trade Mark Assignment

Deed of assignment of a trade mark by a founder to the company

Background

When might a founder assign a trade mark to the company?

A founder may have registered a trade mark in the founder’s own name rather than in the name of the company.

In these circumstances, an investor should require that, on the closing of the investment, the founder executes a deed of assignment of the registered trade mark.

About this document

This document is a deed of assignment of a registered trade mark by a founder to the company.

Document features include:

  • details of registered trade mark(s)
  • assignment by the founder to the company
  • further assurance
  • warranties as to ownership by the founder

Explanatory guidance

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Trade Mark Assignment

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