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The fees for registering short-form IP security agreements can change regularly, so it`s best to check the current fee schedules before registering an agreement. The current Schedule of Fees for Patents and Trademarks is available on the USPTO website in the “Office of Finance” section (www.uspto.gov/about/offices/cfo/finance/fees.jsp), and the current Copyright Schedule is available via “Current Fees” on the home page of the USCO website (www.copyright.gov/docs/fees.html). The cost of registering an IP security agreement with the USPTO with respect to ownership in a trademark registration and/or trademark application is forty dollars (40 $US) for the first property and 25 $US for each additional property in the same document. [3] For example, if an IP security agreement contains twelve (12) trademarks and six (6) trademark applications, the cost imposed by the USPTO is $40 for the first of eighteen (18) properties plus $25 by the remaining seventeen (17) properties or US$425 for a total cost of $465. This Agreement is duly executed and delivered by the Borrower and each of the other parties. (ii) security documents. A) The security agreement, properly executed and delivered borrower. B) 1. Each of the short-term IP security agreements duly executed and provided by the borrower and (2) the intellectual property guarantee agreements duly executed and provided by the borrower, as may be requested by the lenders with respect to foreign intellectual property. These agreements are available as a starting point for negotiations with research sponsors, potential licensees and others, as the agreements naturally suggest.

Faculty members are cordially invited to use these documents as a starting point; However, all contracts must be executed through the corresponding office of each UT institution. Patents As of January 1, 2014, no fee will be charged for the registration of an IP security agreement (concerning ownership in a patent or application) filed electronically, regardless of the number of patents or patent applications to which it relates and which appear on the required coverage. [1] Prior to January 1, 2014, the fee for registering such an agreement, filed electronically, was $40 per property. If an IP security agreement is not submitted electronically, the current cost is $40 per property. [2] For example, if someone wishes to register an IP security agreement filed today electronically with the USPTO and the request for registration identifies ten (10) granted patents and (5) patent applications, no cost of registration would be imposed by the USPTO. However, if the application for registration is not filed electronically, the cost charged by the USPTO is $40, multiplied by fifteen (15) total real estate, or $600. . . .