Sample Agreement

Moral Rights Infringement - Letter of Demand

This sample agreement explains how to prepare a letter to send to a person or organisation you believe is infringing your moral rights. The first step is to understand your moral rights and make a careful assessment as to whether they are being infringed. Arts law has an information sheet about Moral Rights and also on Moral Rights Infringement. We recommend you seek advice from Arts Law before you send your letter of demand. You can get advice from Arts Law by submitting your legal query form online.

Please note this template is not suitable if you are seeking to claim for a breach of your moral rights as a performer.

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