Intellectual property law test

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Collection of tasks on the discipline "Intellectual Property Law"

Task number 1
Question 1. The concept of "intellectual property" includes:
A. copyright, related rights, patent law, trade name and trademark rights;
B. copyright, related rights, patent law, industrial rights;
C. copyright, related rights, patent law, rights to means of individualization of a legal entity.
D. Designation of the place of origin of goods;
E. Trademarks;
Question 2. The assignment of the right to obtain a patent is:
A. by a derivative method of acquiring exclusive rights;
B. a kind of debt assignment;
B. the original method of acquiring intellectual property rights.
D. Change of persons in obligation;
D. cession;
Question 3. Creation of works of science, culture, art in an official manner entails the emergence of exclusive copyright by virtue of the law:
A. from the authors;
B. from employers;
B. property rights - from the authors, non-property - from employers.
D. For legal entities;
D. from individual entrepreneurs;
Question 4. Can the author of an invention, utility model or industrial design assign his exclusive right to an individual or legal entity at the stage of its registration:
A. cannot;
B. may on the basis of an agreement on the transfer of rights;
B. may, by specifying a natural or legal person in the application for a patent or in the application filed with the Patent Office.
D. Maybe in the order of universal succession;
E. Maybe with permission from co-authors.
Question 5. Derivative methods include:
A. assignment of exclusive rights, their transfer, granting and transfer;
B. assignment of exclusive rights, their granting and transfer;
B. assignment of exclusive rights, their transfer and transfer.
D. assignment of exclusive rights,
E. assignment of exclusive rights and their transfer.


Task number 2
Question 1. The granting of exclusive rights occurs:
A. by law;
B. by agreement;
V. both by law and by contract.
D. By obligations;
D. at the request of one of the parties.
Question 2. The transfer of exclusive rights is carried out:
A. by law;
B. by contract, partially and temporarily;
V. under the contract in full rights and forever.
D. By law and contract;
D. For other reasons.
Question 3. The transfer of exclusive rights is carried out:
A. by law (inheritance, contribution to authorized capital, reorganization of legal entities);
B. in the order of universal (inheritance) and singular (reorganization of a legal entity) succession;
B. both by law and by agreement (franchising) for a time or without a time limit.
D. Under a license agreement.
E. By the right of representation.
Question 4. The concept of "civil forms of use of intellectual property" includes:
A. ways of acquiring and using them;
B. legal ways of acquiring them;
B. legal methods of their use.
D. Ways to Use Rights.
E. Methods for industrial applications.
Question 5. The transfer of exclusive rights can be formalized:
A. an agreement of commercial concession (franchising), an agreement of trust management of property, an agreement of purchase and sale or donation of an enterprise, a license agreement;
B. an agreement of commercial concession (franchising), a property trust agreement, an agreement for the performance of scientific, technical and technological work, a license agreement;
B. an agreement of commercial concession (franchising), an agreement for the trust management of property, an agreement for the purchase and sale or donation of an enterprise, an agreement for the performance of development work.
G. an agreement for the performance of development work.
D. a commercial concession (franchise) agreement,
.
Task number 3
Question 1. Can an object of intellectual property or know-how be a contribution to the property of a business partnership and society:
A. such contribution can be an object of intellectual property or know-how;
B. such a contribution cannot be
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