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Write it Right - Issue #7

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Welcome to Write it Right - Issue # 7. This week we’re doing things a bit differently and focusing on how to revert your rights. Under the Copyright Act, you can terminate your rights under section 203 and 304. However, section 203 only applies to works where you want to terminate it 35 years after the initial grant, and section 304 applies to works before 1978. So what are your to do if these statutes don’t apply to you? You can look at your contract. Below are tips (and considerations to think) when determining how and why to revert your rights.

How to Revert Your Rights in Your Book Contract (And The Considerations to Think About)
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