Intellectual property (IP) rights are legal rights that offer protection for intangible creations of the human mind. Rights owners can use their IP to prevent third parties using the protected creations without their permission. This guidance note provides an overview of the various forms of IP protection available and a brief guide to what can be protected . . .

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