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Publication Contracts

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Chapter Summary

This chapter on publication contracts contains six articles. The presented articles are: definition of publication contract, writer and other copyright owner's obligation, publisher's obligation, publisher's right of termination, republishing and electronic publication contract. A publication contract refers to a contract whereby a writer or other copyright owner delivers the works to a publisher to print and publish the said works. The writer or other copyright owner shall authorize the publishing right to the publisher during the valid term specified in the contract. The writer or the other copyright owner shall ensure to the publisher that the works will not infringe upon the legal rights of the third party. During the contract terms, if the works needs to be republished, the publisher shall obtain consent from the writer or other copyright owner. The writer or other copyright owner shall not refuse without legitimate reasons.

Keywords: publication contracts; publisher's obligation



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