Exclusive Collaboration Agreement

Exclusive Collaboration Agreement

Cooperation agreements are used by parties who wish to create a contractual joint venture. The content of a cooperation agreement will vary depending on the nature of the project: if, for example, it is real estate, there are specific provisions for the protection of the property used in the project; If it is a technology project, there will be specific provisions to determine who owns the intellectual property created as part of the project and for which it is responsible. This trade cooperation agreement is for the party that collects payments from the customer or customer. A company collaboration agreement is a contract for two parties to cooperate in the same company. It allows them to combine resources and know-how such as skills, technology, IP, products or marketing strategies. A business cooperation agreement defines the commercial contributions of each party and how one party will pay the other party for its contributions. This contract does not confer any intellectual property rights, i.e. the intellectual property rights created by a party remain with that party.

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