1.4 During the term of this contract, the licensee has the exclusive right to negotiate the sale of the following ancillary rights of the plant and the net proceeds from the sale of these rights is divided between the publisher and the licensee in the following proportions: together with the insider letter and the registration rights agreement, which are presented essentially in the form to be presented as a registration statement issue on Form S-1 relating to the company`s IPO, the entire agreement and communication between the subscriber and the entity with respect to the purpose of this agreement and replaces all previous agreements and agreements, written or written, relating to the purpose of this agreement. II. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS. The user is the sole owner of the work and all property rights over and over the work; However, this property does not include copyright ownership over and over property or other property rights that are not expressly granted in this agreement. 1. The holder holds all ownership rights to and from copyrighted and/or copyrighted works described in this Agreement. Copyrighted works are collectively referred to as “work.” I. GRANT OF THE LICENSE. The owner is [PROPERTY TO BE LICENSED] (“Property”). In accordance with this agreement, the owner grants the user a non-exclusive license for the use or sale [HIGHLIGHT THE TERMS THAT APPLY] of the property. The owner reserves the property and property. The user owns all the rights to materials, products or other works (the factory) created by the user in connection with this license. This licence applies only to the following geographical area: 1.2 All other rights to the current or subsequent work, including, but not limited to, electronic rights, drama and film rights, television rights, radio rights that are not expressly granted, are reserved for the publisher.
5.3 The licensee keeps complete books on the exploitation of his rights under this contract and the publisher or his representative at any time during the licence agreement, and then has the right to verify these accounting accounts for five years during normal opening hours.