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May 5, 2012, 00:13 #1
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Exclussive and Non-Exclussive Rights
I was wondering this for a while and it's something that's not clear but needs to be cleared. The question has to do with 'exclussive' and 'non-exclussive' rights.
When we create a tailor made design for a client I presume we give them exclussive rights, as the design is theirs and owned by their company, preventing you from copy-pasting the design for another website.
Templates would go in the bracket on non-exclussive rights to the buyer. So buying a template would only mean you're allowed to use it on a single website and for more websites you'd need an extended license. I am not 100% sure, but buying the 'exclussive' rights from a template, would remove this from the template portfolio and prevent others from purchasing it.
How does this exclussive and non-exclussive business work? What's the general difference between the two?