Moral Rights ConsentA Moral Rights Consent is used to obtain consent to use a creator's works so that the use of the work will not be in breach of the creator's moral rights.
A Moral Rights Consent provides written permission from a creator or author of a work to allow others to modify, reproduce, distribute, or display the work without violating the creator's moral rights. It seeks to protect your reputation 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.
What are the benefits of a Moral Rights Consent?
A Moral Rights Consent ensures that the creator's moral rights are protected, and that the work is not modified or used in a way that could harm the creator's reputation or honour.
The user of the work ensures that they are in compliance with the creator's moral rights, as well as any legal requirements related to the use of the work.
It provides clear written consent from the creator or author of the work, which can help to avoid confusion or misunderstandings about the intended use of the work.
By obtaining a Moral Rights Consent, the user of the work can demonstrate respect for the creator's rights and build a positive relationship with them, which can be beneficial for future collaborations.
What does the Moral Rights Consent cover?