If you hold a trademark that is registered in Australia, you can assign it to another party with this Trademark Assignment Agreement Without Goodwill.
- Under this Agreement, only the trademark is assigned, and not the goodwill of the assignor's business.
- The assignor reserves the right to continue to use the trademark in connection with its business.
This Australia Trademark Assignment Agreement Without Goodwill template is provided in MS Word format, and is fully editable.
ASSIGNMENT OF REGISTERED TRADE MARK (WITHOUT GOODWILL) THIS ASSIGNMENT is made this _____ day of ______________, _______. BETWEEN: [NAME OF COMPANY] a duly registered ________ corporation with a registered office address at (the “Assignor") and [NAME OF COMPANY] a duly registered ________ corporation with a registered office address at (the “Assignee") WHEREAS: A. The Assignor is the registered proprietor in Australia of the trademark which is more particularly described in the Schedule hereto (the “Trademark"). B. The Assignor uses the Trademark in Australia in relation to its business and desires to continue to do so. C. The Assignee has requested and the Assignor has agreed to assign the Trademark to the Assignee upon the terms and conditions set out herein. D. This assignment shall exclude any goodwill of the business of the Assignor in relation to the goods of which the Trademark is registered. NOW THEREFORE THIS AGREEMENT WITNE
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