Trademark And Domain Name Assignment Agreement
1. DOMAIN, NAMING AGREEMENT. A. Attribution of domain name. For a good and valuable consideration, payable to Closing, as described here in the following, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER heresheser accepts intellectual PROPERTY SELLER`s right to transfer it to INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER, the title and interest in and for the domain name “www.BusinessPatentCorp.com” and their registration, as well as their willingness to engage in an activity or business that are associated with such a domain name and are symbolized by it, including the trademark and service mark “Corp.com Corporate Patent” and any intellectual rights of intellectual property related to it, to the extent that such trademark or service rights exist. The transfer and assignment takes effect at closing, as this one on intellectual PROPERTY PURCHASER`S, which makes the planned payments. G. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER has the exclusive right to use a domain name other than the corporate patent Corp.com or to add other own intellectual PROPERTY PURCHASER websites marked in the Corp.com business patent, subject to the provisions of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the provisions of paragraph 4, below. The conversion is considered to take place from the opening of the activity on the date the financial statements are held with respect to the IPO, and this date is called “IPO Conversion Date.” On the ipo conversion date, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER is entitled to obtain this number of common shares corresponding to: a) to the present value of the receivables multiplied by the percentage of claims converted, divided by b) the price per share at which the common share is offered to the public as part of the IPO. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PURCHASER issues intellectual PROPERTY SELLER a certificate or certificate for the number of common shares to which INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SELLER is entitled under this subsection. The person on whose behalf the certificate or common share certificates must be issued is considered to be the holder of a common share register on the IPO conversion date.