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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Compensation Drawback Health insurance
Building Society Raw Materials London Agreement
Grey market Cipher Margin Scheme
Colon - El Salv API Holding Companies
Open End Credit Information Commissioner Sweat equity
Receiver Confirmation of Verbal Agreement Close company
Appellant Marketing Strategy Peripheral
Eminant Domain Witness summons Secondary Home
NPISHs Transfer Deed Parental leave policy
Joint Account Justice of the peace Private Motor Vehicle
Amortisation Judiciary Credit Institution
Rights Issues Bailment Special Commissioner
Cost per Thousand Non constat Visegrad Countries

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