Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Performers Rights

Rights, additional to the rights of copyright owners, initially belonging to the performer with respect to the performance and subsequent exploitation of the performance.

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N1 Civil Court form Bill of indictment Pensions Ombudsman
Not negotiable Manufacturing cell Par delictum
Accounting reference date Restraint of trade Two-comma
Load List Bid Woody
Warranty of Authority Authentication List Price
Venture Capital Discount allowed Accountancy
Quaere Instalment Banking book
N119 Civil Court form Darknet Fiduciary
Market share Banana Problem Magnum opus
Arrears Fixed Assets OTR
Net worth Charity World Intellectual Property Office
Term deposit Passing off Information Commissioner

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