Quotation and Extract Licence (Publisher's Version)
Writers will often want to incorporate an extract or quotation from another
work into their own. If the quoted work remains in copyright, consent will
generally be required. If this is the case, such consent can be formalised
in a written agreement.
This Quotation and Extract Licence is designed for use in such situations.
Having set out the quotations and / or extracts that are to be used, the
agreement sets out important details with respect to the ownership of
copyright in the source work, the use to which the licensee can put the
quotation/extract, the original author’s right to a credit or
acknowledgement and the fee to be paid for the use of the
Two versions of this document are available. This version is designed for
use where a publisher has had the rights in the work either assigned to
them or licensed to them by the author and is thus the point of contact for
third parties such as the licensee.
Options have been included to allow for the use of this document in either
case: the copyright in the original work being assigned to the publisher or
licensed to it. Furthermore, where the publisher holds the work under a
licence, options allow for that licence to be exclusive or non-exclusive.
Removal of these optional phrases assumes that the rights have been
assigned to the publisher by the author. Please note that not all options
relate to this position, so read them carefully.
An alternative version of this licence, designed for use where the author
retains the copyright in the work, is also available.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be
read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused
options should be removed from the document.
This Quotation and Extract Licence contains the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
3. Use of Extracts and Licence
5. Moral Rights and Acknowledgement
6. Fees and Payment
8. Warranties and Indemnity
12. Force Majeure
13. No Waiver
15. Law and Jurisdiction
And the following schedule:
1. The Extracts
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