The necessity of reducing licensing agreements to writing – Polity

The necessity of reducing licensing agreements to writing

In terms of South African law, there is no obligation to have a trade mark licence agreement reduced to writing. There are, however, many practical advantages to doing so, particularly when it comes to setting out the parameters of the licensee’s use of the licensor’s trademarks insofar as jurisdict…

http://www.polity.org.za/article/the-necessity-of-reducing-licensing-agreements-to-writing-2016-12-12

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