What are the requirements to licence a third party to use each of the intellectual property rights described in questions 1-3?
Generally, the legal owner of the intellectual property rights in question will have the right to licence them to a third party. In this regard, the licence must be in writing, and must be signed by or on behalf of the grantor. Otherwise, the licence is not effective. Every person shall be deemed to have notice of a licence if the prescribed particulars of the grant of the licence are entered in the relevant register of patents, trade marks, registered designs and plant varieties.