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 IP security agreements

This range of New Zealand intellectual security agreements deal with protecting sensitive data.

If you have copyright in a work, your copyright is infringed if:

  • the work is copied
  • copies of the work are distributed to the public
  • the work is performed, played or showed in public, or broadcast or included in a cable programme service
  • in the case of a literary, dramatic or artistic work, the work is adapted in some recorded form (whether in writing or otherwise)
  • an infringing copy of the work is imported into New Zealand, or is sold, hired or otherwise dealt with in the course of business, without a copyright licence
  • a person makes, imports, possesses for business purposes, or sells or hires out the means of making infringing copies, without a copyright licence
  • a person permits premises of public entertainment to be used for a performance that infringes copyright, or provides the apparatus for performing, playing or showing the work in infringement of copyright



High level IP security agreement

59.00  

This is an agreement for high level security of intellectual property rights for any New Zealand business, particularly in a data sensitive industry.

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High level software security agreement

59.00  

This is an agreement for high level security of software rights for any New Zealand business, particularly in a data sensitive industry.

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Intellectual property rights security agreement

59.00  

This is an agreement for high level security of intellectual property rights for any New Zealand business, particularly in a data sensitive industry.

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Software rights security agreement

59.00  

This is an agreement for high level security of software rights for any New Zealand business, particularly in a data sensitive industry.

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