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1 Software License Agreement

A Software License Agreement is an agreement between a software developer and a person seeking authorized permission to use the software (the "licensee.") The Agreement sets for the rules, limitations and obligations for the usage or distribution of copyright protected software. This type of license typically authorizes use of software that would normally be restricted by copyright law. This agreement may be used specifically for the purpose of distributing Mobile Applications or for other types of Software.

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2 Copyright Release For Publication

A copyright is legal protection of creative, original work. For example a book is copyrighted and usually owned by the author but sometimes the publisher. A copyright allows the owner to control how the work will be produced, distributed, and/or presented to the public.

If you need to use a quote or some other form of a book or copyrighted material you will need to seek permission from the owner of the copyright. Use this document to ask an author's or publisher's (or other owner of a copyright) permission to reprint, quote from or otherwise distribute or publish copyrighted material. The request should be sent with a self-addressed return envelope to the permissions department of the publisher in question.

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3 Notice of Domain Name Infringement

A notice of domain name infringement is a letter a company that owns a trademark can send to an individual or business that has used its trademark to create an internet domain name. In the last several years, federal laws have been passed making it illegal for individual's or businesses to purchase internet domain names containing trademarks owned by other companies for the purpose of selling those domain names to the companies that own the trademark. If a trademark your business owns has become part of an internet domain name registered by another, use this form to notify that other party that they are in violation of federal law and must transfer the domain name to your business.

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4 Exclusive Patent License Agreement

A patent is used to protect an original invention, product or idea from use by someone other than the creator or patent holder. Use of a patent may be licensed to another party, this means that the party obtaining the license intends to use the invention or idea which has been patented and otherwise restricted from use. Use this document to create a license agreement between the party owning a patent and the party seeking to use it.

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5 Reciprocal Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreement

A reciprocal confidentiality agreement is for the situation where multiple parties are sharing information with each other, and all parties wish for the information to remain confidential. Or not to be shared outside of the relationship. Use this document to require all parties to the contract to refrain from sharing specified information with outside parties, during the relationship and potentially after it ends.

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6 Trademark Cease and Desist Letter

Trademark infringement is a violation of the specific and exclusive rights provided by U.S. law, which attach to a trademark. A trademark is a name, logo or any kind of distinctive indicator that would be used to identify oneself or one's business. Infringement is the illegal use of a trademark owned by someone else, or use of a confusingly similar name, logo or distinctive indicator. If you have become aware of someone infringing on your trademark rights it is a good idea to demand that they cease and desist use. Use this document to send them warning and hopefully end the situation without any further action.

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7 Application for License to Display Trademark at Place of Business

A trademark is a name, logo or any kind of distinctive indicator that would be used to identify oneself or one's business. In order to avoid being charged with trademark infringement, if one seeks to use a trademark owned by another party, such as desiring to display the trade name of a popular soda in a place of business, it is important to ask for a license to use such trade name.

Use this document to apply for a license to use a trademark owned by another party.

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8 Assignment of Trademark

Any time a business wants to display a trademark owned by another at their place of business they must have permission from the trademark owner to do so. The primary means for gaining permission to display a trademark is obtaining a license. A license to display a trademark will often be granted subject to restrictions on use by the grantor of the license. Use this form to send a written application for a license to a company that owns a trademark you would like to display at your business.

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