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An Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement is an agreement between two parties whereby one party agrees to assign and transfer all of their right, title and interest in and to intellectual property, which can include a trademark, patent or copyright, to the other party.
A Model Release is a form of release that is signed by a model. This release usually releases a photographer or company from all liabilities in the photographer's/company's use of the model's image/picture and grants permission to the photograph to use of the picture/image in the media such as magazines, catalogues, advertisements etc.
A useful form patent for users to model their patent after, under 35 USC Chapter 11. Customizable for invention specifications.
Partnership Dissolution Agreement is an agreement between partners of a partnership whereby they have agreed to the dissolution of the partnership. This agreement sets out the procedure of liquidation, how debts and liabilities of the partnership are assumed and how the proceeds from liquidation are divided amongst the partners.
This attorney prepared document allows you to grant power to a representative to act on your behalf, effective until death or specific revocation.
An agreement between a web designer and their client regarding confidential information provided to the web designer for the purpose of designing a website.
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