Royalty Agreement Australia

b. a citizen of a country that also has a resale law and that has entered into an agreement with Australia. Arts Law is a not-for-profit company that relies on revenues from the sale of its publications to continue to offer advice, services and publications at a lower cost to Australian creators. Permission to distribute or reproduce this contract in whole or in part is therefore not granted, except for the use of a contract for the original buyer. Organizations or individuals wishing to distribute copies of these publications are asked to contact Arts Law. All notices relating to this License Agreement are sent either personally, by mail, or by registered mail to the addresses indicated below: the Act has released Metallica from any current and potential liabilities and claims related to the unassed License Agreements. It is extremely common for a publishing contract to allow the author or his representative to audit sales accounts upon written request for a title. These clauses are usually used to reimburse inspection costs and correct the accounting error when an error is detected. The royalty applies to original works of plastic arts, whether created by a single artist or as a collaboration between artists, including paintings, photographs, prints, sculptures, tapestries, art books, video artworks, textile artworks such as batiken and weaving, drawings, engravings, jewellery, glassware, sculptures, ceramics and digital and multimedia works of art. As a general rule, the seller, the buyer and the art market professional, who participates in a commercial resale of works of art, are jointly and severally liable to pay the royalty. Failure to impose or maintain any aspect of this License Agreement does not constitute a waiver of any other aspect of the Agreement.

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