Techjack respects the rights of intellectual property owners. Copyrights, T & C, and trademarks are all Intellectual Property, which is a work or invention that is the result of creativity.

COPYRIGHT:- Copyright falls under the auspices of intellectual property law and protects the rights of creators of original works of authorship whether the work in question is published or not. The moment a work is created in a tangible form, it immediately becomes the property of the author who created it. As soon as you draw that illustration, snap that photo, or write that article, it belongs to you. As the owner of that work, you can license its use to another (and even restrict how it’s used), or transfer ownership entirely.

T & C:- These templates are designed to be incorporated into a contracting process where the contractual acceptance (e.g. signature) is in another related document, such as a proposal form, and where the terms and conditions are incorporated by reference (e.g. “by signing this proposal, you agree to the provisions of the attached terms and conditions”). Of the three terms and conditions templates, the balanced one has the greatest flexibility.

TRADEMARKS:- A trademark is a visual symbol, which may be a word, name, device, label or numerals used by a business to distinguish its goods or services from other similar goods or services originating from a different business. A registered trademark is an intangible asset or intellectual property for a business and is used to protect the company’s investment in the brand or symbol. A trademark is able to register if it is distinctive for the goods and services you provide. Proposed trademarks that are similar or identical to an existing registered trademark cannot be registered. Also, trademark is not registrable if it is offensive, generic, deceptive, not distinctive, contains specially protected emblems, etc.,