In short, to pro­tect a writer‘s dis­tinct rights, it is impor­tant to deter­mine the mate­r­i­al the com­pa­ny owns, the spe­cif­ic mate­r­i­al attrib­uted to the writer, and to keep a detailed record of all the instruc­tions giv­en to the author. From the MBA of 1985, the author has the right to buy back the non-exclu­sive right of the com­pa­ny to acquire exclu­siv­i­ty in the mate­r­i­al. The author can do this by pay­ing the com­pa­ny what was paid to the writer. The author is not required to pay any oth­er fees. In addi­tion, the author must com­pel the new pro­duc­tion com­pa­ny to pay all oth­er costs direct­ly attrib­ut­able to the lit­er­ary mate­r­i­al of the first prod­uct after being tak­en up in the pro­duc­tion costs. (Arti­cle 16.B.2.a.) Oth­er­wise, the com­pa­ny and its author can nego­ti­ate freely so that the com­pa­ny can direct­ly acquire all or part of the reserved rights if the author will be paid an ini­tial com­pen­sa­tion of an amount or above the “price of deri­sion”. NOTE: The reserved rights must be acquired by the com­pa­ny in a sep­a­rate nego­ti­a­tion, in a sep­a­rate doc­u­ment and against a sep­a­rate con­sid­er­a­tion. (Arti­cle 16.B.5) [Fig­ure 6] 16 The “expect­ed price” is a sum of mon­ey well above the min­i­mum set in the MBA that a com­pa­ny can pay at the time of the orig­i­nal employ­ment or sale con­tract. This allows the com­pa­ny to nego­ti­ate direct­ly with the author to acquire all or part of the reserved rights. The pur­chase price of the rights with­out reser­va­tion is in order. An upset price is designed as a min­i­mum price. In a judi­cial sales decree, it con­sti­tutes an instruc­tion for the offi­cial who makes the sale not to accept an offer falling below the fixed price. In the case of a final sale for forced sale, a mis­guid­ed price should be suf­fi­cient to cov­er the costs and allowances of the court, the cer­tifi­cates and inter­ests of the ben­e­fi­cia­ry as well as the pos­si­ble pledge rights.

Before mak­ing an offer to pur­chase a default­ed mort­gage note, one of the first things an investor should do is the amount of pawn rights that take prece­dence over the mort­gage, by get­ting a title search for the prop­er­ty. These include prop­er­ty tax­es (cur­rent and delin­quent), munic­i­pal rights (for exam­ple. B cer­tain licens­ing vio­la­tions), as well as tax­es on gas and waste­water and waste­water (ori­gin and offend­er). It is impor­tant to know what these sums are, because they are paid by you, if you buy back the prop­er­ty on the sale of the sher­iff or, if the prop­er­ty is sold to a third par­ty, they are paid before the dis­tri­b­u­tions are paid on the basis of your judg­ment against the bor­row­er. As an investor, if you buy a default­ed debt note, you gen­er­al­ly intend to get a return on your invest­ment in two ways: either by receiv­ing a pay­ment from the bor­row­er in an amount greater than the pur­chase price of the debt, or by clos­ing and sell­ing or oper­at­ing the prop­er­ty as a pawn with prof­it. If your goal is the last, it is espe­cial­ly impor­tant to iden­ti­fy in advance some of the often over­looked costs that can accu­mu­late when you go through the silos process. On the oth­er hand, the com­pa­ny can give the author an object (z.B. a real per­son) and some bio­graph­i­cal mate­r­i­al, and the author must deter­mine what sto­ry he tells, how he tells it, what sound and point of view he should use, and oth­er­wise he receives a lot of dis­cre­tion to cre­ate an “orig­i­nal” sto­ry. Sep­a­rate rights, if they exist, would be includ­ed in the author‘s mate­r­i­al, includ­ing new and dif­fer­ent char­ac­ters, char­ac­ter­i­za­tions and events. The writer, for exam­ple, would get no right in the life of a human being; These should be pur­chased separately.

(Arti­cle 16.B.3.G.) A team of authors,17 with a “plus” is called a sin­gle writer and the team mem­bers must decide how the rights are exploit­ed and which of them, if so, is allowed to use the rights on behalf of the team. It is rec­om­mend­ed that these prob­lems be resolved in writ­ing before prob­lems arise.