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As immaterial assets, intellectual property rights can be freely sold, granted or even abandoned by their owner for the benefit of a third party. These rights can thus be subject of numerous contracts (License Agreement, Concession Agreements, Website Design Agreements, etc.).
The economic value of an intellectual property right is strongly linked to its exploitation under licensing. Therefore, it is important to carefully draft the various contractual clauses in order to ensure the most peaceful possible exploitation of your rights.