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Moral Rights Consent

Moral Rights Consent

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated July 24, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and Territories
Suitable for all Australian states and Territories

A Moral Rights Consent is used to exclude people from their obligations from a creator’s Moral Rights.

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Document Overview

Moral rights seek to protect the reputation of you as an artist and creator, even if you no longer own the copyright to the work. Moral Rights includes the creator’s right to be properly attributed or credited, and the protection of their work from derogatory treatment.

Use this Moral Rights Consent if:

  • You wish to free a person from the obligations stemming from your Moral Rights

What does the Moral Rights Consent cover?

  • Ownership Acknowledgement
  • Consent
  • Third-party warranty

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