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                             This Revocation of Power of Attorney is used to revoke a power of attorney previously
                             executed by a individual. A power of attorney appoints an agent to act on behalf of an
                             principal for some specified purpose. This document effectively revokes the authority
                             granted to the agent and complies with state laws that require the revocation to be in a
                             signed written instrument and delivered to the agent. This should be utilized by a principal
                             located in Mississippi to revoke a power of attorney.
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THIS OPTION TO LICENSE AGREEMENT (hereinafter “Agreement”) is made and
entered into between _________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of
company], a company organized under _______________ [Instruction: Insert the state] laws
(hereinafter     “Grantor”)       having      its      principal        office        at,
______________________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the address of
company] and __________________________ [Instruction: Insert the name of company] a
company organized under the laws of __________________ [Instruction: insert the state]
(hereinafter     “Grantee”),       having      its      principal        office        at
__________________________________________ [Instruction: Insert the address of
company].

1. Definitions:

   Patent and Technology Rights means the intellectual property described in Exhibit A.

2. Grant of Option: Grantor hereby grants Grantee an exclusive option to acquire an
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   set forth in the License Agreement attached as Exhibit B.

3. Exercise of the Option: Grantee may exercise its option at any time during the option
   period by notifying Grantor in writing of its intent to exercise this option.

4. Confidential Information:

   a) Upon the execution of this Agreement, Grantor will disclose all relevant Confidential
      Information as defined in Section 4 (b)) below, other information, and data relating to
      Patent and Technology Rights, to enable Grantee to evaluate the possible commercial
      significance of the Patent Rights and Technology Rights.

   b) In addition to the initial disclosure described in Section 4 (a), the parties may disclose
      other Confidential Information to each other, from time to time, in connection with work
      contemplated under this Agreement. All such information whether disclosed initially or
      during the option period will be referred to as “Confidential Information.” Each party will
      use reasonable efforts to prevent the disclosure of any of the other party's Confidential
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      provided that the recipient party's obligation will not apply to information that:

         i.   is not disclosed in writing or reduced to writing and so marked with an appropriate
              confidentiality legend within ______ (__) [◊ thirty (30)] days of disclosure;

        ii.   is already in the recipient party's possession at the time of disclosure thereof and
              not obtained directly or indirectly from the other, as proven by the receiving
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       iii.   is or later becomes published through no fault of the reci
				
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Description: This Revocation of Power of Attorney is used to revoke a power of attorney previously executed by a individual. A power of attorney appoints an agent to act on behalf of an principal for some specified purpose. This document effectively revokes the authority granted to the agent and complies with state laws that require the revocation to be in a signed written instrument and delivered to the agent. This should be utilized by a principal located in Mississippi to revoke a power of attorney.
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