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USWNTPA Licensing Application


  1. Prospective Licensee’s pre-qualification information should not include any confidential or proprietary creative ideas or products (“Creative Material”). If it does, REP Worldwide's review of your pre-qualification materials will terminate immediately, and your company will be disqualified from participation in the REP Worldwide licensing program. Accordingly, when you send us information about your company, do NOT include confidential or proprietary information, such as product concepts, designs, ideas, original artwork, or other original creative materials or suggestions. This is necessary to prevent possible future misunderstandings when products developed by our own employees or licensees might seem to others to be similar to their own creative work. You acknowledge and agree that REP Worldwide at all times has many products and projects in various stages of development, and that the results of these endeavors may be similar or identical to your own products or projects.  You further acknowledge that no confidential relationship is established by the submission of your pre-qualification information to REP Worldwide. You understand that it is entirely up to you what information or material you disclose to REP Worldwide, and you agree that REP Worldwide shall have the right to assume that any information or material presented in connection with the pre-qualification information (whether or not in writing) is not subject to any confidentiality or other restriction.


  1. Prospective Licensee acknowledges and understands that REP Worldwide regularly receives numerous licensing applications and that other parties, including its own employees, may have submitted to REP Worldwide or to others, or made public, or may in the future submit to REP Worldwide, similar Creative Material to those being made by Prospective Licensee. Prospective Licensee further understands REP Worldwide may license such similar products, programs, etc. as that being submitted by Prospective Licensee and that Prospective Licensee will not be entitled to any compensation deriving therefrom. 


  1. Prospective Licensee agrees that REP Worldwide may use this submission or one or more of its features or components for any purpose REP Worldwide deems appropriate, regardless of whether REP Worldwide agrees to grant Prospective Licensee a license.


  1. Prospective Licensee represents and warrants that the disclosures on this submission are true and accurate. Nothing contained in these Terms and Conditions is intended to limit REP Worldwide's sole and complete discretion to accept or reject any licensing proposal. Providing the information requested by REP Worldwide in no way implies or guarantees that your company will be granted any rights to use or otherwise license any marks owned or assigned to REP Worldwide.


  1. This Agreement and Licensing Application, and all disputes arising therefrom, shall be construed and enforced under the laws of New York, without regard to New York’s conflicts of laws provisions. Any dispute or controversy arising from this Agreement and Licensing Application shall be decided only by arbitration in New York, New York, in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules then in effect of the American Arbitration Association, before an arbitrator selected by the disputing Parties. If the disputing Parties do not or cannot select an arbitrator, then each of the disputing Parties shall appoint an arbitrator, who together shall choose a third arbitrator. If either of the disputing Parties fails to appoint an arbitrator within fifteen (15) days of receipt of notice of the appointment of the other Party’s arbitrator, then the arbitrator appointment by the other Party may act alone. Each Party shall bear its own costs associated with the arbitration as well as one-half of the costs and expenses of the arbitrator. Any award entered by the arbitrator shall be final, binding, and non-appealable. Judgment may be entered thereon by any Party in accordance with applicable law in any court of competent jurisdiction. The Parties intend this arbitration provision to be specifically enforceable. Prospective Licensee agrees that any action against Rep Worldwide must be brought within six (6) months after REP Worldwide’s first use of any Creative Material contained within this submission.


  1. Prospective Licensee has retained a copy of this submission and releases REP Worldwide from any and all liability for loss or damage arising out of or relating to this submission.


  1. No termination of this agreement and no acts with respect to this submission (such as REP Worldwide’s returning it to Prospective Licensee) will be deemed to affect the Parties’ respective rights contained herein, and all rights will survive any termination or acts.


In order to participate in REP Worldwide's licensing application program, you must accept the Terms and Conditions described above. We suggest that you print out a copy of these Terms and Conditions and keep them for your records. By clicking on the "I Agree" button below, you confirm that you have read the Terms and Conditions above and agree to such Terms and Conditions on behalf of the company submitting the information.

If you meet the above criteria and agree with the Terms and Conditions and are interested in the pre-qualification process, please click the "I AGREE" button to proceed to the licensing application.

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