Editing contracts

By a publishing contract the author assigns to the editor, normally in return for a financial compensation, the right to reproduce his work and distribute it. The publisher carries out these operations at his own risk under the agreed conditions and subject to the provisions of the Intellectual Property Law.
Volart Pons offers expert advice on the wording of this type of contracts and its better adjustment to desired forms of exploitation.

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