Agreement Chain Of Title

Distributors also require the film producer to produce specific assurances and guarantees regarding the ownership of the film. In other words, the distributor will likely require the producer to guarantee and not guarantee that the film does not violate, among other things, agreements with third parties, trademarks, trade names, copyrights, intellectual property rights, patents, literary rights, dramatic rights or rights to privacy and the public. If any of these insurances and warranties are found to be false, the manufacturer may be required to indemnify and indemnify the distributor for any breach of such warranties, warranties or agreements under the distribution agreement. A “clean” chain of title is the same series of documents without delay or other issues that can tarnish the title (i.e. ask unresolved questions about ownership). For movie buffs, a clean title chain is a must…