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Canada Multimedia Development Agreement

Canadian software developers, prepare a Multimedia Development Agreement for a client with this easy-to-use template for Canada.
  • Other than licensed third party materials and graphics, video, and other materials belonging to the customer, the developer will retain ownership of the materials used in the development project.
  • The developer and the customer grant each other a royalty-free licence to use their respective materials for the purposes of developing, distributing, publishing, reproducing and operating the multimedia project.
  • The developer is an independent contractor and is responsible for paying all income tax and other amounts payable with respect to the compensation paid under the contract.
  • Each party agrees not to disclose the other party's confidential information.
  • The developer will correct any deliverables that do not conform to the contract specifications without further charge.
  • The customer indemnifies the developer against claims or actions arising from the customer's actions or inactions or its use of infringing materials.
  • All issues with respect to PIPEDA compliance are the customer's responsibility.
  • The file includes an Acceptance of Project Deliverables form.
This Canada Multimedia Development Agreement is available as a downloadable and fully editable MS Word file.

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Canadian Law Resources: (14-Apr-2018) E.&O.E.

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