- het toebehoren aan de staat
- property owned by a government
- Offences against public property or public interests
- The Directorate of Public Construction and Property
- This directive should not affect the existence or ownership of public authorities' intellectual property rights.
- This Directive does not affect the existence or ownership of public authorities' intellectual property rights.
- Embezzlement, misappropriation or other diversion of property by a public official
- The leasehold excise tax is a tax imposed in lieu of property tax when exempt property, such as public port property, is used by a non-exempt entity, such as a for profit business.
- Consider the creation of coherent portfolios of intellectual property by the public research organisation — e.g. in specific technological areas — and, where appropriate, the setting-up of patent/IP pools including intellectual property of other public research organisations.
- Code of Practice for universities and other public research organisations concerning the management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities
- Identified practices of public authorities that facilitate the management of intellectual property in knowledge transfer activities by universities and other public research organisations
- Are there specific information resources for the different target groups, such as end consumers, builders, property managers, property agents, installers, architects, farmers, suppliers of equipment using renewable energy sources, public administration?
- Where results which do not give rise to intellectual property rights may be widely disseminated, is any intellectual property rights fully allocated to the public, non-profit-making establishments?
- Ensure the full functioning of the institutes for standards, metrology and intellectual property and facilitate links/information flows with public/private enterprises.
- Concession fees. This usually refers to licences and fees for the occupation of land and public or private property by networks or other electricity devices.
- Under section 60 of the Telecommunications Act 1984, the property, rights and liabilities of the public corporation were transferred to the privatised successor company, British Telecommunications plc.
- This usually refers to licences and fees for the occupation of land and public or private property by networks or other electricity devices,