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What’s a Copyright Licence Agreement?
A Copyright Licence Agreement is an agreement under which a copyright owner can licence out their work to third parties, usually in exchange for licence fees or another financial benefit.
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A Copyright Licence Agreement sets out the key terms of the Copyright Licence, including the payment terms, licence scope, termination rights and liability protections.
An IP Licence gives certain rights to use the IP created by another person. There are 7 key parameters of an IP licence, and our lawyers will be able to ensure your agreement properly captures all of them: 1. Territory – where will the agreement apply? (e.g. worldwide, Australia-wide, or just within a single state?). 2. Exclusivity – will other people be able to use a similar licence? Or is it only for the one company in question? 3. Term – how long will the licence last? 4. Revocability – can the licence be revoked and, if so, what are the implications? 5. Transferability & sub-licences – can the licence be transferred or sublicenced to another person or company? 6. Payments & royalties – are these to be paid yearly, by a percentage of sales, or by other means? 7. Purpose – what is the licence for? Does it encompass everything the licensee wants to use the IP for or does the licence cover only certain uses?
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