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Performance Contracts

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains thirteen articles on performance contracts. The presented articles are: definition of performance contracts, performer's obligation to perform according to the contract, mandator's obligation of forbearance, performer's obligation of assistance, reward for performance, right to identity demonstration, right to protect the image from distortion, mandator's obligation to provide proper and safe performance location and responsibility for the third party's act by the mandatory. A performance contract refers to a contract whereby the performer performs in an artistic or a physical education program and receives reward from mandator. The mandator shall not conduct recording, videotaping or live broadcasting without authorization from the performer. Nor shall they permit others to conduct the same. The performer shall have the right to protect his image from distortion.

Keywords: performance contracts; performer's obligation



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