OAR 813-003-0006


“Intellectual Property” as defined in ORS 456.562 (Department intellectual property), means computer programs, software, software tools and data.


“Person” means a person as defined in ORS 174.100 (Definitions), including individuals, corporations, associations, firms, partnerships, limited liability companies and joint stock companies. “Person” also means a federal, state or local government body, a Native American tribe or an agent or representative of a tribe.


“Licensing Agreement” means the binding contractual instrument between the Department and a Person identifying the terms and conditions by which such Person may use Department Intellectual Property.


“Copyright” means a comprehensive privilege to exclusively print, reprint, publish, copy, translate, dramatize, convert, arrange, adapt, complete, execute, finish, deliver in public, perform and transcribe an original work pursuant to federal law, i.e., 17 USC §§ 1-215; 61 Stat., as amended.


“Department” means the State of Oregon, acting by and through the Housing and Community Services Department established pursuant to ORS 456.555 (Housing and Community Services Department established).


“Patent” means an instrument from the federal government granting to original inventors, the exclusive right for a period of time to manufacture, sell and use the invention described therein.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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