If one of you does not hire the others for the project and you invest all your time and creative and commercial energies in the project, the cooperation agreement will be clear and (hopefully) briefly and succinct. The cooperation agreement should be seen as a “constitution” of the joint creative enterprise between two or more participants: the agreement will recall each other`s respective rights and responsibilities and will govern the project in all phases of development, production and exploitation (hopefully). If you are working with someone on a creative project, whether it is a screenplay, a book or another work of art, within the framework of copyright rules, your community project is considered a common work. And if there is no agreement to the contrary, you and your associates in writing, you together own the copyright to this work. Bad things happen in life, where someone realizes that a project is simply not what they need (or another commitment comes to light). If the staff has not addressed all this in advance in a written agreement, then the project will be sucked into a state of legal floating where no one will be willing to continue working there and no one will certainly be willing to buy it. In particular, for the “Writer for hire” scenario, which refers to the proposal of the cooperation agreement and requires the applicant to provide written reasons for any dissatisfaction with the manuscript, objective criteria for assessing the author`s contribution are established. 9. The parties assure and guarantee that they have the right to conclude this Agreement and that their contribution to the work is entirely original and does not violate any other copyrighted material. 5.
In the event of any dispute of any kind with respect to the work before the completion of the work, the parties may terminate this cooperation agreement by a written instrument. In this case, (a) the percentage of interproportion, as provided for in paragraph 1, is amended to reflect the percentage of total work that was completed in writing under a revised agreement, without unduly accepting and unduly retaining mutual consent; b) [Author #1] has the right to complete the work, alone or in connection with another employee or collaborator, and to unilaterally enter into an agreement to sell or license the work. Employees are free to put pressure on the best offers they can, and try for offers for other types of services on the project (e.g.B. Action, additional writing, staging, production, etc.), but they must accept that as long as the agreement with the studio meets the minimum requirements in the cooperation contract, they are not inappropriate and blow the project for all others. In addition, the parties must consider whether (and how) cooperation will be extended to future projects. Often, the parties wish to participate in work that stems from the original project. Sometimes, cooperation can also be extended to unrelated works and to be the birth of an ongoing creative and commercial partnership. (1) The parties collaborate in the writing of the work and, once completed, the co-owners of the work (or hold the work in the following percentages: 50% of [#1 writers], 50% of [writers #2]). (a) Although it is a work of common paternity, no agreement is valid or enforceable with a third party for the sale or license of the work, unless both parties agree to the agreement, unless it is provided for in paragraph #3 and #5 below.
b) None of the parties may voluntarily sell or cede the work or its share without the written consent of the other parties, but the consent is not unreasonable.