PERMISSION TO PHOTOCOPY FOR ADJUDICATION AGREEMENT
This License Agreement for permission to photocopy the score only of copyrighted material for the purpose of adjudication is entered as of the date above by and between NAME ENTERED BELOW ("LICENSEE") and EXCELCIA MUSIC PUBLSIHING ("OWNER") on the following terms:
OWNER hereby grants LICENSEE the non-exclusive right to photocopy the following WORK(s) listed below:
The photocopies of the musical work(s) created by the LICENSEE will remain the sole property of the OWNER.
In exchange for the payment to OWNER by the LICENSEE of twenty US dollars ($20) the LICENSEE has:
(1) the right to photocopy up to four (4) copies of a conductor’s score to be used for adjudication purposes.
(2) if more than four (4) copies are require you will need to fill out a second license.
(3) the right to distribute these photocopied scores for adjudicators to use in the evaluation of your ensemble only.
(4) the right to share this fully executed license with the adjudicators to confirm you have legally received permission to make and distributed photocopies of a copyrighted work.
(5) all four (4) copies granted as part of this license much be destroyed upon the completion of the adjudication performance;
All other rights not expressed herein are reserved to the OWNER of the WORK(s). The LICENSEE has no copyright claim of the arrangement of the WORK(s) and cannot distribute the photocopies to anyone other than the organization of the LICENSEE.
This license does not grant permission to create digital files of the composition such as PDFs or similar technology
The TERM of this agreement is one (1) year, The photocopies should include the original copyright notice on the 4 copies produced and distributed with the addition of “Photocopied by permission of the publisher.”
LICENSEE will render the payment to the OWNER before this license is valid, and before photocopies can be produced or distribution of these copies of the WORK(s) shall commence.
The validity, construction, and effect of this license and any and all extensions and modifications thereof shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida.