Third Party IPR definition

Third Party IPR means any Intellectual Property Rights not belonging to either party to this Agreement but used by the Supplier in the creation of the Deliverables and/or in the course of or in connection with the Project. In this Agreement: any headings in this Agreement shall not affect the interpretation of this Agreement; a reference to a statute or statutory provision is (unless otherwise stated) a reference to the applicable UK statute as it is in force for the time being, taking account of any amendment, extension, or re-enactment and includes any subordinate legislation for the time being in force made under it; where the words “include(s)” or “including” are used in this Agreement, they are deemed to have the words “without limitationfollowing them, and are illustrative and shall not limit the sense of the words preceding them; without prejudice to clause 1.2.5, except where the context requires otherwise, references to: services being provided to, or other activities being provided for, the British Council; any benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences granted or provided to the British Council; and the business, operations, customers, assets, Intellectual Property Rights, agreements or other property of the British Council, shall be deemed to be references to such services, activities, benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences being provided to, or property belonging to, each of the British Council and the British Council Entities and this Agreement is intended to be enforceable by each of the British Council Entities; and obligations of the British Council shall not be interpreted as obligations of any of the British Council Entities.
Third Party IPR means Intellectual Property Rights owned by a third party which is or will be used by the Supplier for the purpose of providing the Services;

Examples of Third Party IPR in a sentence

  • Guidance Note for clause 10.4: This clause applies if a party proposes to use Third Party IPR for the Project.Third Party IPR will likely have licensing arrangements that are different (and typically more limited) compared to the licensing arrangements for the Results under the Agreement.

  • This clause 10 does not affect the ownership of any IPR in: Guidance Note for clause 10.1(a): The ownership of all other IPR used in performing the Project, including Pre-existing IPR and Third Party IPR, is not affected by this Agreement.

  • Where the Owner of the IPR in the Results has terminated the Agreement under clause 21.3(a), or the Licensee has terminated the Agreement under clause 21.2(a), in addition to Use of the IPR in the Results for the Purpose, the Licensee may Use the IPR in the Results (but not the Owner's Pre-Existing IPR or Third Party IPR) to otherwise complete the Project itself or to engage a third party to complete the Project.

  • For example, the Licensee can modify or adapt the Results, which is often prohibited for Third Party IPR.If Third Party IPR will be used, the Third Party IPR must be listed in section 7 of Schedule 3, together with any restrictions on the use of that Third Party IPR.

  • Guidance Note for clause 10.5: This clause reiterates that the licences for using the University's Pre-existing IPR and Third Party IPR do not permit Commercialisation.


More Definitions of Third Party IPR

Third Party IPR means Intellectual Property Rights owned by a third party but excluding Intellectual Property Rights owned by the third party subsisting in any Third Party Software;
Third Party IPR means IPR owned by a party which is not an SKA Contributor;
Third Party IPR means Intellectual Property Rights owned by a Third Party.
Third Party IPR means any Intellectual Property Rights used in the provision of the Services which are proprietary to any third party (other than an Affiliate of the Contractor), including rights in Third Party Software;