Co-development Agreement (CDA) - Internal
A co-development agreement is an agreement that defines the framework between the parties in relation to the development of a new solution (or products).
The agreement defines the scope of work to be developed, the ownership rights and the right of use to the developed solution (or products) as well as the contributions that each party will make, including IPR.
This template should be used taking into consideration that it should be adjusted to the specific project and the parties. In particular, it should be assessed if ownership to the developed solution should be jointly owned or if such rights should only be-long to one of the parties (or be split between the parties). The template assumes that the developed rights (defined as “Foreground Rights”) are jointly owned.
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