1. RETENTION OF ARTIST A. Company (Work-for-hire Co.) retains the services of the artist to provide certain artistic services to the company (Work-for-hire Co.) as part of the project, including the creation and development of ideas, works of art, drawings, plans, documents, concepts, inventions, devices, drawings and artworks. It is always better to let a lawyer work on this agreement. Make sure the lawyer you are using has experience in intellectual property law. You can get the lawyer to create a form for your business that you can use in a variety of situations. It is a good idea to have a separate form for employees and contract workers. Suppose you have an employee who has created a manual for a new product that you have launched. The default situation here is that your company owns the product and the copyright, not the employees. But what if the employee wants to bring you to justice and says he should receive copyright and income? If you have an agreement, it would be more difficult for the employee to argue that he or she owns the copyright.
B. The company (Work-for-hire Co.) has the option of renewing the subject contract for an additional period of monthly [number] on the same terms as the contract provided for, by informing Artist in writing of his intention to extend this agreement at least [number] of days before the expiry of the period. All proprietary information, trade secrets and working relationships between Artist and Creative Firm and its customers must be strictly confidential and cannot be disclosed directly or indirectly to third parties. The main reason for a lease work is to make the ownership of creative work explicit. A mobile home is generally defined as an independent furnished home, ready to move in and intended to be transported from one place to another. Travel trailers are not the same as motorhomes. Unlike the followers, mobile homes are designed to be long-term in a given place, wheras enthusiasts are designed to be brought permanently to different places. As a general rule, a mobile home is a piece of furniture, unless the owner of the land intends to order the house permanently in such a fixed location. Selling mobile homes can be quite a challenge.
If it is sold on leased land, it cannot be considered real estate. As a result, real estate agents cannot sell or pass it on as real estate. This PDF model for the mobile-home sales contract contains the general provisions of a contract required in a sales contract. This allows those who want to use this model to better modify its content, depending on the clauses you want to insert.