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Features of Conclusion, Modification and Termination of Agreements on the Disposal of Exclusive Rights

Student: Elizaveta Kharitonenko

Supervisor: Alexander Sergeev

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

In the final qualifying work analysis in detail the features of the legal regulation of agreements on the disposal of exclusive rights. The purpose of this work is to conduct a legal study of the features of conclusion, modification and termination of contracts on the disposal of exclusive rights, in particular, agreements on alienation of exclusive rights and licensing agreements, and to propose ways to solve them. The main conclusion is the provision that the features of contractual relations in this area are largely derived from the features of the legal regulation of individual objects of intellectual property, the disposal of the rights to which it is carried out. The author also notes the significant role of judicial practice and the prospects for the development of regulation in the area under consideration.

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