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Copyright Licence Agreement

Copyright Licence Agreement
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This Copyright Licence Agreement is used when the owner of copyright material(s) wishes to allow another party to use those materials for a specific purpose. By using this Copyright Licence Agreement you will be able to specify exactly that the licensee is able to do with the material as well as set in place the structure for penalties in case of a breach.

Either the licensor or the licensee can build this document and cover licences which;

  • are revocable/non-revocable (perpetual)
  • are exclusive/non-exclusive
  • allow/do not allow the licensee to assign the copyright material
  • allow/do not allow the licensee to sub-licence the copyright material
  • are paid by royalty or base fee

This Copyright Licence Agreement is designed for only one item, for example; if you wish to licence a script and a drawing you will need two agreements, one for the script and one for the logo.

This Copyright Licence Agreement includes the following provisions:

1. Licence
2. Term Of Licence
3. Licence Fee
4. Intellectual Property
5. Confidential Information
6. Licensor Representations And Warranties
7. Licensee Obligations, Warranties & Acknowledgements
8. Limitation Of Liability
9. Indemnity
10. Termination
11. Notices
12. Dispute Resolution
13. General Provisions
14. Interpretation

 
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