If you are a patent owner ready to create a patent license agreement, you should know the following before you begin, both about the different types of patent license agreements and their creation. Where the subject matter of the rental agreement is a trademark, patent or industrial design, the registration is held by the National Institute of Industrial Property; in the case of software, registration is done by the National Pledge Registry. 13. If, when registering the licensee as a registered user, the trademark register imposes a condition that is not acceptable to the licensor, the licensee shall withdraw the application for registration or the licensor shall have the opportunity to terminate that contract. 12. The Licensee may register as a registered user in accordance with the provisions of the Trade & Merchandise Marks Act 1958, subject to the conditions set out in this Agreement. 11. If licensee violates any provision of this Agreement, Licensor shall be entitled to terminate such agreement in writing with respect to Licensee and, upon expiration of the notice period, such agreement shall terminate unless the offending breach is corrected to the satisfaction of licensor. With respect to intellectual property, Section 1228 specifies that the subject matter of the agreement may be: 16. In the event of a dispute arising out of this Agreement, this Agreement shall be referred to arbitration by a joint arbitrator if so agreed or, in the absence of such agreement, to two arbitrators, one of whom shall be appointed by each party, and the arbitration shall be subject to the arbitration law in force at this time. Leases also include provisions on NPs.
Article 1227 of the new Civil and Commercial Code defines a “rental agreement” as a rental agreement in which the lessor agrees: if the tenant decides not to exercise the purchase option, he must stop using the business and return the case at the end of the term of the contract or immediately after the termination thereof. This return includes other brand variants or alternatives implemented by the tenant during the term of the contract. Registration is necessary to make the contract known, not only because of what is stipulated in Article 11 of the Act, but also because it is the way in which the lessee can maintain the contract and obtain a privilege if the lessor files for bankruptcy, as provided for in Article 11 of Law 25.2483. It is necessary to emphasize that the last part of this article of the Civil and Commercial Code of the Nation (art. . . .