We have multiple partners to be listed as joint owners of the trademark. Is this possible?

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Written by Jan Buza

Co-founder of Trama

It is possible to have multiple partners listed as joint owners of a trademark. Joint ownership means that multiple individuals or entities share the ownership rights and responsibilities associated with the trademark. To establish joint ownership, you would need to draft a Joint Ownership Agreement that clearly outlines the terms and conditions of the joint ownership arrangement.

This agreement should specify the rights, obligations, and responsibilities of each partner, including the use, licensing, and enforcement of the trademark. All partners involved should provide their consent and sign the agreement. Depending on the requirements of your jurisdiction, the agreement may need to be notarized or witnessed.

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