Certain rights over tangible objects are granted by property, including the freedom to possess and utilize an item as one pleases. A collection of exclusive rights is another component of intellectual property. These rights, however, are only applicable to mental productions rather than material objects like cars.

¬†We define “intellectual productions” as creative and intangible services like an invention, a piece of software, a story, or a musical composition. Trademarks and geographical indications are examples of distinguishing signs that fall under the category of intellectual property.