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What is Intellectual property

This is where ideas and inventions which are intellectually created can and are protected by their creators. The protection gives control on its use and who can use it and financially exploit it. This includes design registration, copyright and trademarks etc.

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Proactive Interpleader Letter of request
Gaap N322A Civil Court form Dividend yield
Indirect Costs Accrued Interest Podcast
Income Protection Policy Warranties Excise Duties
N161 Civil Court form Demand Injunction
Accountability Oversold Quasi-corporations
Payback Ogden tables Keelage
Administratrix Capital expenditure Factum
Balance of payments (BOP) Illegal per se Indicia
Hedging BTW Cuba Clause
Judgment Lien Merit Good Agricultural property
Registered Office Dumping Lump Sum Distribution
Calculated risk Trade secret Give as you earn (GAYE)

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