Copyright assignments are used when you want to transfer your rights in a work to another person or company.
This form will allow you to properly transfer your copyrights to another person or company in an easy to follow format. Instructions are included with purchase of the Copyright Assignment form.
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This Copyright Assignment has been prepared by an attorney licensed to practice in the State of California for California residents and under California laws. If you are a resident of another state besides California, the laws of your state may differ from those reflected in this Copyright Assignment and you should retain an attorney in your state to advise you and draft a copyright assignment on your behalf, and/or review this Copyright Assignment template before you use it.
The purpose of a copyright assignment is to transfer the ownership of intellectual property from one party to another. It is impossible, however, to anticipate all issues that may be related to the ownership of intellectual property, and this template Copyright Assignment does not cover or purport to cover every issue that a creator(s) or artist(s) might encounter. The template also is general and is drafted to address basic ownership, not specific scenarios. This template (and Indie Artist Resource, www.indieartistresource.com, and Erin M. Jacobson, Esq.) do not purport to provide and are not providing you with legal advice or acting as your attorney. If you would like advice about the ownership of your intellectual property, you should consult with a lawyer licensed in your state who can give advice directed specifically to your needs and issues.
This Copyright Assignment template is made available for self-help purposes. The availability of, or your download of use of this Copyright Assignment template is not legal advice or the practice of law. There is no attorney-client relationship created between you and Indie Artist Resource, Erin M. Jacobson, Esq., or any other attorney or employee at Indie Artist Resource and the parties listed herein are not acting as your attorney. You should not rely on, act, or fail to act, upon this information without seeking the professional counsel of an attorney licensed in your state.
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