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An Assignment of Copyright Agreement is also sometimes called a Sale of Copyright Agreement and is used to sell the intellectual property (specifically the copyright in this case) to another person. The term “assignment” refers to the transfer of legal rights and obligations.

An Assignment of Trademark Agreement is also called a Sale of Trademark Agreement and is used when you want to sell the rights you have in a Trademark. The term “assignment” refers to the transfer of legal rights and obligations.
A trademark is an Intellectual Property Right recognised in terms of our law. A trademark is a brand name, a slogan or a logo. It identifies the services or goods of one person and distinguishes it from the goods and services of another.

Copyright is an Intellectual Property Right recognised in terms of our law. There are various type of Intellectual Property rights recognised by the Copyright Act -
  • literary work
  • musical work
  • artistic work
  • cinematograph film
  • sound recording
  • broadcast
  • programme-carrying signal
  • published edition
  • computer program
When you licence copyright to another person, you provide that person with a right to use the work that is subject to copyright in accordance with the Copyright Licence and applicable laws.

Software source code and object code is regarded as intellectual property that is protected under the Copyright Act, 1978. If you write any source code or compile any object code from your source code, then that code is automatically afforded copyright protection merely by virtue of you writing or compiling your code.
A Software Licence Agreement is used to give someone the right to use your intellectual property (in other words the Software).

A trademark is an Intellectual Property Right recognised in terms of our law. A trademark is a brand name, a slogan or a logo. It identifies the services or goods of one person and distinguishes it from the goods and services of another.
When you licence a Trademark to another person, you provide that person with a right to use the Trademark in accordance with the Trademark Licence Agreement.