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Letter Requesting Permission to Use Intellectual Property

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Last revision: 11/05/2022

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Letter Requesting Permission to Use Intellectual Property

A Letter Requesting Permission to Use Intellectual Property is a document that is used by an individual or organization to request the owner of an intellectual property for permission to use the said intellectual property.

The intellectual property can be anything that is protected by intellectual property laws such as a creative work, like a picture or image, books, speeches, or even a song, or a trademark. Either way, it is important to request for and get permission to use an intellectual property to avoid any infringement of the intellectual property rights of the owner.


How to use this document

This document can be used by anyone who wants to request for permission to use any intellectual property that is protected by intellectual property laws. The user should enter all the information required to complete the document. Once completed, the user should sign the document and attach any attachments that are mentioned in the letter.

The attachment is usually a copy of the intellectual property that the sender wants to use.

Once the letter is signed and any attachment has been attached, it may be sent by registered mail or by email.


Applicable law

There are no laws outlining what needs to be included in a Letter Requesting Permission to Use Intellectual Property. However, it is important to give the owner of the intellectual property as much information as possible as to why and how the intellectual property will be used.

In the Philippines, intellectual property is primarily governed by the Intellectual Property Code. Other laws and rules and regulations may also be applicable, depending on the type of intellectual property involved.

If the intellectual property in question is affected by the laws of another jurisdiction, such as if the intellectual property was created or the person who owns the intellectual property is located in another country, then the laws of said country may also be considered.


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