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The title should reflect the subject matter of the transaction and, if appropriate, the parties. The title is to indicate the type of agreement that the parties are entering into it. The title is normally in all capital letters, centered and underlined. The title should identify the type of contract using a generic term. For example an owner who has a portfolio and he regulars enters into a standard form trademark license agreement. It might include the patent number under the main title.