Kurdish Studies

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Juridical Study of Transfer of Rights to Registered Marks as Objects of General Confidentiality in Bankruptcy Companies

Faculty of Law, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara
Tengku Rizq Frisky Syahbana
Faculty of Law, Universitas Muhammadiyah Sumatera Utara
Keywords: Transfer of Rights, Registered Marks, General Confiscated Objects, Bankrupt Companies.


Because their owners have exclusive moral and financial rights, brands are valuable assets because they are transportable yet intangible. A bankruptcy estate can include trademark rights. Because it has to do with figuring out the economic worth of the brand rights, the sale of the brand rights as assets of the bankruptcy debtor, in this instance, can be cause for concern. The main topic of this study is the legal certainty around the economic value of rights to registered trademarks that are transferred when the controlling company files for bankruptcy. Studying how rights to registered marks are frequently transferred as a means of object confiscation in bankruptcy proceedings is the goal, as is developing the notion of legal certainty on the economic worth arising from the transfer of rights to registered marks.

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