Exercising the IP rights without ownership or permission is infringement. You must ensure you do not inadvertently infringe someone else's IP rights similarly you must not allow anyone to infringe your IP Rights.
“Infringement” is a legal term for an act that means breaking a law. IP rights are infringed when a product, creation or invention protected by IP laws are exploited, copied or otherwise used without having authorisation, permission or allowance from the person who owns those rights or their representative. Improper use of a patent, writing, graphic or trademark without permission, without notice, and especially without contracting for payment of a royalty is a direct infringement. Even though the infringement may be accidental the infringer is responsible to pay the patent or copyright owner substantial damages.
IP infringement includes Trademark, Patent, Design and copyright Infringement.
Infringement of trademarks and copyrights can be criminal offences, as well as being actionable in civil law. Criminal IP offences are also known as “IP crime” “counterfeiting” and “piracy
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