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The first contract below is a sample contract for our Platinum service

This Agreement is made the .... day of ........

Two Thousand and nine


BETWEEN:


THE AUTHOR


AND:

THE PUBLISHER

The Author and The Publisher AGREE

1 The Work

Book manuscript provisionally entitled:


2 Rights Granted

2.1 The Author hereby grants to the Publisher the sole right by way of license to produce print and publish the Work. If the publication referred to above is of a joint nature, the term “Author” throughout this entire document will be deemed to mean both Authors.

2.2 The subsidiary rights at Clause 14 hereof and sub clauses (i) to (xv) inclusive

3 Delivery of the work

The Author shall deliver identical legible and clean copies of the complete work

4 Competing Work

The Author shall not

4.1 Grant any license or make any agreements in respect of the work that conflict with or derogate from the Grant of Rights

4.2 Without the Publishers prior consent prepare or agree to prepare or authorise or permit the preparation otherwise than for the Publisher of any work intended for volume form publication of a nature which may reasonably be considered by the Publisher to be likely to affect prejudicially the sales of the work or do anything which might affect prejudicially the exploitation of all or any of the rights

5 Warranties and Indemnities

The author warrants the following:

5.1 He/she is the sole owner of the rights and has full power to enter into this agreement and to give the warranties and indemnities contained in this Agreement

5.2 All statements in the work purporting to be facts are true, and any recipe formula or instruction contained in it will not, if followed accurately, cause any injury, illness, or damage to the user

5.3 The work contains nothing which is obscene, blasphemous, libelous or otherwise unlawful and the exploitation of the Rights by the Publisher will not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party

5.4 The Author was at all material times during the writing of the work a qualifying person within the meaning of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 Section 154 and is the sole Author of the work which is original to her/him and has not previously been published elsewhere

5.5 The Author will keep the Publisher fully indemnified against all losses and all actions, claims, proceedings, costs and damages (including any damages or compensation paid by the Publisher on the advice of its legal advisers and after consultation with the Author to compromise or settle any claim) and all legal costs or other expenses arising out of any breach of any of the above warranties or out of any claim by a third party based on any facts which if substantiated would constitute such a breach

5.6 The Publishers reserve the right, having first notified the Author, to alter or to insist that the Author alter the text of the work as may appear to them appropriate for the purpose of modifying or removing any passage which in their absolute discretion or on the advice of their lawyers may be considered objectionable or actionable at law but any such alteration or removal shall be without prejudice and shall not affect the Author’s liability under this warranty and indemnity.

5.7 All warranties and indemnities herein contained shall survive the termination of this Agreement.

6 Publishers Responsibility to Publish

The Publishers shall unless otherwise mutually agreed in writing or unless prevented by circumstances beyond control produce, print and publish the work within 12 months of the date of this Agreement

7 Textual Copyright Material

Should the text of the work contain extracts from other copyright works the Author shall at his/her own expense (unless otherwise agreed) obtain from the owners of the respective copyrights written permission (which shall be forwarded to the Publishers) to reproduce such extracts in the work

8 Copyright

8.1 The copyright in the work shall remain the property of the Author and the copyright notice to be printed in every copy of the work shall bear the symbol © accompanied by the Author’s name, ****** ******** with the year of first publication. Any subsidiary rights as set out in Clause 14 shall remain the property of the Author

8.2 The Publishers shall dispatch the necessary copies to the copyright libraries

8.3 The words: ‘No part of this book can be stored on a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by whatever means without the prior permission in writing from the person holding the copyright’, will appear in the book, to further safeguard the Author's assertion to copyright.

9 Infringement of Copyright

9.1 The provisions of this clause are intended to apply only in the case of an infringement of the copyright in the work affecting the interest in the same granted to the Publishers under this Agreement

9.2 The Publishers shall after notice in writing to the Author of any infringement or copyright infringement be entitled to take any step necessary for dealing with the issue including court proceedings and use the Author’s name as a party to such proceedings. The Publishers in the event of proceedings shall control settle or compromise as they see fit

9.3 The Publishers shall further be entitled to take urgent proceedings in their own sole name for interlocutory relief without prior notice to the Author

9.4 Any profits or damages received in respect of any infringement of the copyright shall after deduction of all costs and expenses be divided equally between the Author and the Publishers

10 Production Responsibility

10.1 The Publishers undertake to edit, proof read, and design the cover (if required) as well as, set, print, and bind the work at such typesetters, printers and binders as they shall consider to be able to provide the best service to produce the work in a form as they shall at their discretion decide.

10.2 The Author undertakes to read, check, and correct all proofs of the work and return any corrections directly to the assigned editor within fourteen days of their receipt, failing which the Publishers may consider the proofs as passed by the Author

10.3 On the proofs, the Author shall confine corrections to spelling and punctuation only. Should the Author find it necessary to alter the work on proofs in such a way as to involve the Publishers in a printers charge for author’s corrections then the Publishers will request the Author to pay such excess.

10.4 The Author shall be consulted in the preparation of the jacket design - if the publisher has been asked to design same - and shall be shown the suggested design in P.D.F format which will be emailed if practical to the Author, or mailed if this is impractical. If the author is supplying their own cover design it must be supplied to our precise technical specifications which will be supplied as required. Any necessity or request by the Author to alter the cover design by Hallmark Press designers will result in additional charges being incurred, these cover design charges not to exceed £250

10.5 The Publishers shall take due care of material while it is in their possession but they shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to any part of the work while it is in their possession or in the course of production or in transit or otherwise

11 Promotion Responsibility

11.1 The Publishers shall prepare a marketing strategy for the work which is detailed as an addendum to this contract. The publisher cannot be held responsible for delays in the appearance or errors in listings on Amazon, W.H.Smiths, Waterstones and other retailers, no guarantee is given or implied that any particular level of sales will be achieved from any source. Our publicity is designed as an awareness campaign, the publisher will strive to its best endeavors to generate as much awareness as it can from the various sources it has at its disposal and as appear as an addendum to this contract.

11.2 The Author shall endeavor to assist the Publishers in the promotion of the Work.

12. Amount payable under this contract

12.1 The total sum of £**** is the contribution to publication by the Author to the Publisher. This figure to be paid via three separate installments, payable as follows: The first payment of £***** ** with contract, the second payment of £**** ** payable within 7 days of receipt of the first proof being received at the Authors home address, and the final payment of £**** ** to be received at least 7 days prior to publication, the publication date will be notified to the Author at least three weeks before it takes place. The price on this contract includes cover design cover design. See clause 10.4

13 Payments by the Publisher to the Author

13.1 The publishers will pay royalties twice per annum, the accounting periods being the 30th of June and 31st of December, payments will be made by cheque no later than one month following the aforementioned dates. Royalties, for the sake of clarity, is the sum left, after printing, binding, shipping costs and trade discounts are taken off the retail price, the royalty can vary depending on whom the order originates from. If a royalty payment amounts to less than £50, the payment will be held over until the next accounting period, or such time as the £50 threshold is reached. If the agreement is terminated by either party the amount outstanding (whatever amount that may be) will become payable by Planet K as per the aforementioned terms

13.2 The Publishers shall pay to the Author 100% of all royalties (retail, minus print, delivery, and trade discounts) from non-Amazon sales until such time as the Author has received the total sum of £....... whereupon 50% each of all said royalties received from sales of the Work shall be paid to the Author and Publisher

14 Subsidiary Rights

14.1 The Author retains the following rights to the work
i. Quotation and extract rights
ii. Anthology rights
iii. Digest rights (i.e., the right to publish an abridgement of the complete work in a single issue of a journal, periodical or newspaper)
iv. Second and subsequent serial rights (i.e., the right to publish one or more extracts from the work in successive issues of a periodical or newspaper beginning at or following publication of the Publishers first edition of the Work)
v. First serial rights (i.e., the right to publish one or more extracts from the work in successive issues of a periodical or newspaper beginning before publication of the Publishers first edition of the work)
vi. Sub-licensed paper-back editions
vii. Hard cover re-print rights (i.e., the right to publish a straight reprint of the complete work without notes or annotations in hard covers)
viii. Large print rights (i.e., the right to publish a straight re-print of the complete work in large type primarily for readers with visual handicaps in hard or soft covers)
ix. Book club rights on a separate royalty basis
x. The rights of publication in the United States of America
xi. Translation rights
xii. Dramatisation and documentary rights on stage film radio or television including transmission by cable satellite or any other medium
xiii. Single voice readings (i.e., the right to read from the text of the work)
xiv. Reproduction except in so far a) Mechanical reproduction rights (i.e., the right to produce or reproduce the work or to license the reproduction of the work or any part thereof by film micrography gramophone record compact disc tape cassette or by means of any other contrivance whether by sight or sound or a combination of both whether now in existence or hereafter invented for purposes of mechanical as reproduction is purposes of mechanical reproduction except in so far as reproduction is for use as part of or in conjunction with a commercial cinematography film or video gram of such a film)
b) Electronic publishing rights (i.e., the right to reproduce or to license the production of any system or program derived from or utilising the work in whole or in part and designed for use in electronic information storage or retrieval systems now in existence or hereafter invented)
xv Non-commercial rights for the print-handicapped (i.e., the right to convert the work to Braille or to record it for the sole use of the blind and print-handicapped free of charge)

15 Termination

15.1 Automatic Termination

The following are fundamental breaches of this Agreement which will automatically terminate immediately on the occurrence of any of them

15.1.1 If the Publisher fails to publish the Work within the time stipulated in Clause 6

15.1.2 If the Publisher is in breach of any of its other obligations under this Agreement and in the case of a breach of any of its other obligations under this Agreement and in the case of a breach capable of being remedied fails to remedy such breach within one month of being requested by the Author in writing to do so

15.1.3 If the Publisher purports to assign the benefit of this Agreement or to sub-license the rights or any of them without the prior written consent of the Author

15.1.4 If the Publisher goes into liquidation either compulsorily or voluntary or if a receiver administrative receiver and manager or administrator is appointed in respect of the whole or any part of its assets or if the Publisher makes an assignment for the benefit of or composition with its creditors generally or threatens to do any of these things or any similar occurrence under any jurisdiction affects the Publisher

15.2 Termination by Notice

15.2.1 Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving to the other not less than one month’s notice.
The publisher reserves the right to terminate this contract immediately if the working relationship between said publisher (Planet K Ltd trading as Hallmark Press International) and the author named on page one of this contract becomes, in the eyes of said publisher, untenable, in this eventuality, the PDF files of the text of the manuscript named on page one of this document and the P.D.F of the cover will be supplied to the author to enable him or her to place the publication of their work with a new publisher of their choice and to then be free to negotiate a new royalty agreement. Any royalties owed by Planet K Ltd to the author will be paid as per clause 13.1 above.

15.3 Consequences of Termination

On the expiry or termination of this Agreement all rights granted to the Publisher under its terms shall automatically and immediately revert to the Author absolutely

16 Force Majeure

16.1 If either party is prevented from fulfilling its obligations under this Agreement by reason of any supervening event beyond its control (including but not by of limitation war national emergency flood earthquake strike or lockout (other than a strike or lockout induced by the party so incapacitated) the party unable to fulfill its obligations shall immediately give notice of this to the other party and shall do everything in its power to resume full performance.

16.2 Subject to Clause 16.1 neither party shall be deemed to be in breach of its obligations under this Agreement

16.3 If the period of incapacity exceeds six months then this Agreement shall automatically terminate unless the parties first agree otherwise in writing

17 Moral Rights

The Author hereby asserts his/her right (delete whichever is inapplicable) to be identified as the Author/s of the Work and the Publishers undertake to print on every edition of the Work published by them the Words

Mr. ***** ***** has asserted his/her right (delete whichever is inapplicable) under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the Author of this Work.

18 Proper Law and Jurisdiction

This Agreement shall be governed by English law in every particular including formation and interpretation and shall be deemed to have been made in England and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England Wales

20 Whole Agreement

This Agreement contains the whole agreement between the parties and supersedes any prior written or oral agreement between them in relation to its subject matter and the parties confirm that they have not entered into this Agreement on the basis of any representations that are not expressly incorporated in this Agreement

21 Interpretation

The headings in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not affect its interpretation

WHERETO the parties have set their hands this ...... day

of .......... Two Thousand and Nine


......................... Signed on behalf of Publisher



......................... Signed on behalf of the Author.



The sample contract below is for Bronze, Silver or Gold services

This Agreement is made the ...... day of .......
Two Thousand and nine


BETWEEN:


THE AUTHOR


AND:

THE PUBLISHER


The Author and The Publisher AGREE

1 The Work

Book manuscript provisionally entitled:

2 Rights Granted

2.1 The Author hereby grants to the Publisher the sole right by way of license to produce print and publish the Work. If the publication referred to above is of a joint nature, the term “Author” throughout this entire document will be deemed to mean both Authors.

2.2 The subsidiary rights at Clause 14 hereof and sub clauses (i) to (xv) inclusive

3 Delivery of the work

The Author shall deliver identical legible and clean copies of the complete work

4 Competing Work

The Author shall not

4.1 Grant any license or make any agreements in respect of the work that conflict with or derogate from the Grant of Rights

4.2 Without the Publishers prior consent prepare or agree to prepare or authorise or permit the preparation otherwise than for the Publisher of any work intended for volume form publication of a nature which may reasonably be considered by the Publisher to be likely to affect prejudicially the sales of the work or do anything which might affect prejudicially the exploitation of all or any of the rights

5 Warranties and Indemnities

The author warrants the following:

5.1 He/she is the sole owner of the rights and has full power to enter into this agreement and to give the warranties and indemnities contained in this Agreement

5.2 All statements in the work purporting to be facts are true, and any recipe formula or instruction contained in it will not, if followed accurately, cause any injury, illness, or damage to the user

5.3 The work contains nothing which is obscene, blasphemous, libelous or otherwise unlawful and the exploitation of the Rights by the Publisher will not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party

5.4 The Author was at all material times during the writing of the work a qualifying person within the meaning of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 Section 154 and is the sole Author of the work which is original to her/him and has not previously been published elsewhere

5.5 The Author will keep the Publisher fully indemnified against all losses and all actions, claims, proceedings, costs and damages (including any damages or compensation paid by the Publisher on the advice of its legal advisers and after consultation with the Author to compromise or settle any claim) and all legal costs or other expenses arising out of any breach of any of the above warranties or out of any claim by a third party based on any facts which if substantiated would constitute such a breach

5.6 The Publishers reserve the right, having first notified the Author, to alter or to insist that the Author alter the text of the work as may appear to them appropriate for the purpose of modifying or removing any passage which in their absolute discretion or on the advice of their lawyers may be considered objectionable or actionable at law but any such alteration or removal shall be without prejudice and shall not affect the Author’s liability under this warranty and indemnity.

5.7 All warranties and indemnities herein contained shall survive the termination of this Agreement.

6 Publishers Responsibility to Publish

The Publishers shall unless otherwise mutually agreed in writing or unless prevented by circumstances beyond control produce, print and publish the work within 12 months of the date of this Agreement

7 Textual Copyright Material

Should the text of the work contain extracts from other copyright works the Author shall at his/her own expense (unless otherwise agreed) obtain from the owners of the respective copyrights written permission (which shall be forwarded to the Publishers) to reproduce such extracts in the work

8 Copyright
With Bronze and Silver the words which follow will only appear if the author inserts the text themselves, It is not the publishers responsibility to check if the aforementioned text has been inserted

8.1 The copyright in the work shall remain the property of the Author and the copyright notice to be printed in every copy of the work shall bear the symbol © accompanied by the Author’s name, ****** ******** with the year of first publication. Any subsidiary rights as set out in Clause 14 shall remain the property of the Author

8.2 The Publishers shall dispatch the necessary copies to the copyright libraries

8.3 The words: ‘No part of this book can be stored on a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by whatever means without the prior permission in writing from the person holding the copyright’, will appear in the book, to further safeguard the Author's assertion to copyright.

9 Infringement of Copyright

9.1 The provisions of this clause are intended to apply only in the case of an infringement of the copyright in the work affecting the interest in the same granted to the Publishers under this Agreement

9.2 The Publishers shall after notice in writing to the Author of any infringement or copyright infringement be entitled to take any step necessary for dealing with the issue including court proceedings and use the Author’s name as a party to such proceedings. The Publishers in the event of proceedings shall control settle or compromise as they see fit

9.3 The Publishers shall further be entitled to take urgent proceedings in their own sole name for interlocutory relief without prior notice to the Author

9.4 Any profits or damages received in respect of any infringement of the copyright shall after deduction of all costs and expenses be divided equally between the Author and the Publishers

10 Production Responsibility

10.1 The Publishers undertake to set, print, and bind the work at such typesetters, printers and binders as they shall consider to be able to provide the best service to produce the work in a form as they shall at their discretion decide.

10.2 The Author agrees that with Bronze Silver and Gold packages, THEY have proof checked their manuscript - the Publisher will publish all Bronze, Silver and Gold packages exactly as supplied, no responsibility will be accepted for errors which are discovered after publication, these will only be corrected at the author’s expense.

10.3 The Author shall be consulted in the preparation of the jacket design on both our Silver and Gold service, but NOT Bronze where a generic cover suiting the genre will be chosen by our artwork staff. The suggested design in P.D.F format will be emailed if practical to the Author, or mailed if this is impractical. The Bronze service it should be noted, does not supply a proof of the cover. If the author is supplying their own cover design Silver and Gold only it must be supplied to our precise technical specifications which will be supplied as required. Any necessity or request by the Author to alter the cover design by Hallmark Press designers will result in additional charges being incurred, these cover design charges not to exceed £250

10.5 The Publishers shall take due care of material while it is in their possession but they shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to any part of the work while it is in their possession or in the course of production or in transit or otherwise

11 Promotion Responsibility

11.1 The Publishers shall prepare a marketing strategy for the work with Silver and Gold only which is detailed as an addendum to this contract. The publisher cannot be held responsible for delays in the appearance or errors in listings on Amazon, W.H.Smiths, Waterstones and other retailers, no guarantee is given or implied that any particular level of sales will be achieved from any source. Our publicity on all service levels is designed as an awareness campaign, the publisher will strive to its best endeavors to generate as much awareness as it can from the various sources it has at its disposal and as appear as an addendum to this contract.

11.2 The Author shall endeavor to assist the Publishers in the promotion of the Work.
12. Amount payable under this contract

12.1 The Sum of: £49.95, £95.95, £595 or £1,817 is payable in full upon signing this contract dependant on the service purchased. A cheque made payable to Planet K Ltd T/A Hallmark Press International and mailed to our Croydon address together with two signed copies of this contract should be forwarded to us, we will sign both copies ourselves and mail one copy back to the author for their own records. A receipt is issued as a matter of course.

13 Payments by the Publisher to the Author

13.1 The publishers will pay royalties twice per annum, Silver, Gold and Platinum only the accounting periods being the 30th of June and 31st of December, payments will be made by cheque no later than one month following the aforementioned dates. Royalties, for the sake of clarity, is the sum left, after printing, binding, shipping costs and trade discounts are taken off the retail price, the royalty can vary depending on whom the order originates from. If a royalty payment amounts to less than £50, the payment will be held over until the next accounting period, or such time as the £50 threshold is reached. If the agreement is terminated by either party the amount outstanding (whatever amount that may be) will become payable by Planet K as per the aforementioned terms

13.2 The Publishers shall pay to the Author 100% of all royalties (retail, minus print, delivery, and trade discounts) from non-Amazon sales until such time as the Author has received the total sum of £....... whereupon 50% each of all said royalties received from sales of the Work shall be paid to the Author and Publisher

14 Subsidiary Rights

14.1 The Author retains the following rights to the work
i. Quotation and extract rights
ii. Anthology rights
iii. Digest rights (i.e., the right to publish an abridgement of the complete work in a single issue of a journal, periodical or newspaper)
iv. Second and subsequent serial rights (i.e., the right to publish one or more extracts from the work in successive issues of a periodical or newspaper beginning at or following publication of the Publishers first edition of the Work)
v. First serial rights (i.e., the right to publish one or more extracts from the work in successive issues of a periodical or newspaper beginning before publication of the Publishers first edition of the work)
vi. Sub-licensed paper-back editions
vii. Hard cover re-print rights (i.e., the right to publish a straight reprint of the complete work without notes or annotations in hard covers)
viii. Large print rights (i.e., the right to publish a straight re-print of the complete work in large type primarily for readers with visual handicaps in hard or soft covers)
ix. Book club rights on a separate royalty basis
x. The rights of publication in the United States of America
xi. Translation rights
xii. Dramatisation and documentary rights on stage film radio or television including transmission by cable satellite or any other medium
xiii. Single voice readings (i.e., the right to read from the text of the work)
xiv. Reproduction except in so far a) Mechanical reproduction rights (i.e., the right to produce or reproduce the work or to license the reproduction of the work or any part thereof by film micrography gramophone record compact disc tape cassette or by means of any other contrivance whether by sight or sound or a combination of both whether now in existence or hereafter invented for purposes of mechanical as reproduction is purposes of mechanical reproduction except in so far as reproduction is for use as part of or in conjunction with a commercial cinematography film or video gram of such a film)
b) Electronic publishing rights (i.e., the right to reproduce or to license the production of any system or program derived from or utilising the work in whole or in part and designed for use in electronic information storage or retrieval systems now in existence or hereafter invented)
xv Non-commercial rights for the print-handicapped (i.e., the right to convert the work to Braille or to record it for the sole use of the blind and print-handicapped free of charge)

15 Termination

15.1 Automatic Termination

The following are fundamental breaches of this Agreement which will automatically terminate immediately on the occurrence of any of them

15.1.1 If the Publisher fails to publish the Work within the time stipulated in Clause 6

15.1.2 If the Publisher is in breach of any of its other obligations under this Agreement and in the case of a breach of any of its other obligations under this Agreement and in the case of a breach capable of being remedied fails to remedy such breach within one month of being requested by the Author in writing to do so

15.1.3 If the Publisher purports to assign the benefit of this Agreement or to sub-license the rights or any of them without the prior written consent of the Author

15.1.4 If the Publisher goes into liquidation either compulsorily or voluntary or if a receiver administrative receiver and manager or administrator is appointed in respect of the whole or any part of its assets or if the Publisher makes an assignment for the benefit of or composition with its creditors generally or threatens to do any of these things or any similar occurrence under any jurisdiction affects the Publisher

15.2 Termination by Notice

15.2.1 Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving to the other not less than one month’s notice.
The publisher reserves the right to terminate this contract immediately if the working relationship between said publisher (Planet K Ltd trading as Hallmark Press International) and the author named on page one of this contract becomes, in the eyes of said publisher, untenable, in this eventuality, the PDF files of the text of the manuscript named on page one of this document and the P.D.F of the cover will be supplied to the author to enable him or her to place the publication of their work with a new publisher of their choice and to then be free to negotiate a new royalty agreement. Any royalties owed by Planet K Ltd to the author will be paid as per clause 13.1 above.

15.3 Consequences of Termination

On the expiry or termination of this Agreement all rights granted to the Publisher under its terms shall automatically and immediately revert to the Author absolutely

16 Force Majeure

16.1 If either party is prevented from fulfilling its obligations under this Agreement by reason of any supervening event beyond its control (including but not by of limitation war national emergency flood earthquake strike or lockout (other than a strike or lockout induced by the party so incapacitated) the party unable to fulfill its obligations shall immediately give notice of this to the other party and shall do everything in its power to resume full performance.

16.2 Subject to Clause 16.1 neither party shall be deemed to be in breach of its obligations under this Agreement

16.3 If the period of incapacity exceeds six months then this Agreement shall automatically terminate unless the parties first agree otherwise in writing

17 Moral Rights

The Author hereby asserts his/her right (delete whichever is inapplicable) to be identified as the Author/s of the Work and the Publishers undertake to print on every edition of the Work published by them the following text: Please note, with Bronze and Silver the words which follow will only appear if the author inserts the text themselves. It is not the publishers responsibility to check if the aforementioned text has been inserted

Mr. ***** ***** has asserted his/her right (delete whichever is inapplicable) under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the Author of this Work.

18 Proper Law and Jurisdiction

This Agreement shall be governed by English law in every particular including formation and interpretation and shall be deemed to have been made in England and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England Wales

20 Whole Agreement

This Agreement contains the whole agreement between the parties and supersedes any prior written or oral agreement between them in relation to its subject matter and the parties confirm that they have not entered into this Agreement on the basis of any representations that are not expressly incorporated in this Agreement

21 Interpretation

The headings in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall not affect its interpretation

WHERETO the parties have set their hands this ..... day

of ........ Two Thousand and Nine


......................... Signed on behalf of Publisher



......................... Signed on behalf of the Author.































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