The industrial property title is recorded in the assets of the company and improves its asset situation as soon as it is issued. It can be sold with a capital gain when the business strategy changes.
The patent is an asset of the company because it has an intrinsic value that can be economically exploited. In this sense, it improves the patrimonial situation of the company as soon as it is issued, since it can be used to obtain financial benefits through its commercialization or licensing. In addition, the patent can be sold if the business strategy changes and it is decided that it is no longer part of the company’s business model. This operation also represents an added value for the company.
The innovation covered by the industrial property title can be leased and generate income throughout its life.
Patents can be a source of income for their owners beyond the sale of the patented product. The owner of a patent may lease the patent rights, giving the lessee the right to make, use or sell the invention covered by the patent. In return, the tenant pays the landlord a fee, usually on a regular basis. This arrangement can provide a revenue stream to the patent owner during the life of the patent. In addition, it can help ensure the use of the patented invention, which benefits society as a whole. As such, patents can be an important tool for generating revenue and promoting innovation.
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