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    Assignment of Copyright and Waiver of Moral Rights | Canada


    Canadian publishers, prepare an Assignment of Copyright and Waiver of Moral Rights for an author with this downloadable template.

    • The author of a work assigns his/her right and title to copyright in the work to a third party, and waives his/her moral rights in the work, pursuant to the Canada Copyright Act.
    • An author's "moral rights" consist of the right to be identified as the creator of a work and the right to object to derogatory treatment of a work which the author feels is prejudicial or detrimental to his/her reputation.
    • Moral rights do not transfer with the ownership of the copyright, but they can be waived by the author.
    • This Assignment of Copyright and Waiver of Moral Rights form is a Canadian legal document which can be used in any province or territory of Canada. A French language translation may be required for Quebec.
    • You can download the form immediately after purchasing it.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 23-February-2021
    SKU: 3189
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    Translation Agreement


    Translators, hire out your services for translating written or spoken materials with this Translation Agreement.

    • The translator's services include translation of documents, interpretation of spoken language, inputting translated documents, translation research, language instruction and cultural training.
    • The customer is responsible for supplying the material to be translated and for providing detailed instructions as to format, layouts, deadlines, and degree of difficulty of the original text.
    • The customer retains all ownership of the materials. The customer warrants that all materials are owned by or licensed to the customer, and indemnifies the translator against any infringement claims.
    • The translator agrees to keep all of the customer's materials and information confidential.
    • The customer has the right to an independent review in order to ensure that the translation work is accurate.
    • The translator is an independent contractor, and as such is responsible for paying al income tax, payroll taxes and other deductions and withholdings required by law.
    • The Agreement includes a Schedule of rates for services.

    Always get customers to sign your Translation Agreement before you start work. Otherwise your customer might not honor the terms of your deal.