Web Series Quitclaim Agreement
Web Series Quitclaim Agreement is drafted explicitly for a Web Series producer to buy a body of rights from a person or an entity. It is when a collaboration ends, and you need to make sure all requests are transferred from a former collaborator, writer, Producer, or another person that may want to claim rights to the project.
This contract is a legal document that details the terms and conditions between the Producer and the Assignor.
It covers the essential elements of the relationship such as:
- Name of Web Series
- Ownership Rights
- Release Date
- Use Rights
- And More.
A Quitclaim is a crucial document if you have former people who previously worked on a project and need to gather rights before distribution or acquisition.
Other names for this Document:
Quitclaim Intellectual Property License Agreement, Quitclaim Intellectual Property License Contract, Web Series Quitclaim Contract, Quitclaim Agreement.
Approximate time to complete contract: 4-5 Minutes
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What Is It?
The Web Series Quitclaim Agreement covers the essential contract terms between the Producer and the Assignor.
This standard Web Series contract covers:
- The Start Date of the Agreement
- The name of the Series
- The Release of Rights
- The Use Rights of the Web Series, including promotion and advertising rights.
- The Rights and Responsibilities of the Parties
- Work-For-Hire Language
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Issues, including Venue & Choice of Law
How to Use This Document
Use this document to explain the relationship between the Producer and the Assignor.
Some things needed to build your custom Web Series Quitclaim Agreement:
- Names of the Parties
- Addresses of the Parties
- Emails of the Parties
- Name of the Web Series
- Release Date
- State for Venue and Choice Provisions
Once you have completed drafting the Web Series Quitclaim Agreement, you will be able to save to edit further, download a PDF or send to the other party for electronic signature.
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