29 October 2019
A trade mark licence is an agreement between a brand owner (licensor) and another party (licensee) in which the licensor permits the licensee to use its trade mark commercially. This is usually is the form of a written contract and can often vary in complexity, depending on the goods or services involved. This documents covers the benefits and risks of trade mark licensing.
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