§ 37.01  CONTRACTS IN WHICH PARTY RESERVES INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.
   (A)   The town shall not enter into any contract in which another party reserves intellectual property rights unless the town is concurrently licensed for the unlimited use of the subject matter of the contract, including the right to reproduce or reuse the items.
   (B)   No contract may bind the town to use a single source, party or entity to reproduce or supply equipment, personal property or other items for which the town may have a future need. Any provision in any contract to which the town is party which seeks to bind the town in that manner is declared null and void.
(Prior Code, § 37.06)  (Ord. passed 12-14-2010)