Titolarità denominazione evento

English translation: Right to use event name

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Italian term or phrase:Titolarità denominazione evento
English translation:Right to use event name
Entered by: ulvaferry

19:29 Aug 25, 2017
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Names (personal, company) / exclusive right to use event name
Italian term or phrase: Titolarità denominazione evento
The rules and regulations for an event include a clause on the organizer's exclusive right to use the (registered) name of the event and its relative abbreviations and translations... the above is the title of the clause
ulvaferry
Local time: 05:46
Right to use event name
Explanation:
Or just name rights. I think you've answered your own question.

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Note added at 1 hr (2017-08-25 21:26:31 GMT)
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Rights are something that you own, so it's not really necessary to say "ownership of rights". But if you really have to use "ownership", you could say "ownership of event name".
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philgoddard
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Right to use event name


Explanation:
Or just name rights. I think you've answered your own question.

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Note added at 1 hr (2017-08-25 21:26:31 GMT)
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Rights are something that you own, so it's not really necessary to say "ownership of rights". But if you really have to use "ownership", you could say "ownership of event name".

philgoddard
United States
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PRO pts in category: 7
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Asker: I'd like to include something regarding "titolarità"....

Asker: Ownership of event's name rights?

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