| Commentary

377 Exclusivity

| Commentary

377 Exclusivity

The rights acquired by a distributor will usually include the exclusive rights to sell and distribute all works owned or controlled by the company in the territory during the term. Frequently, the distributor may acquire the right to use publicity material which is provided by the company for the purpose of advertising and promotion, but this will depend on the precise arrangements between the parties relating to advertising.

The rights granted to a distributor may be a mixture of exclusive rights and non-exclusive rights. A distributor may, for example, have exclusive rights in one country and non-exclusive rights

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