assignment of patent

The transfer by a patentee to another person of the whole of his interest in a patent for an invention issued to him by the United States, or of any undivided portion of, or rights in, such patent; a similar transfer by an assignee of a patent. 40 Am J1st Pat § 133.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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