chapter  25
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Supply of duplicate production material to licensees

When selling rights, there may be occasions when a licensee wishes to acquire duplicate film or another form of production material in order to produce the licensed edition. Examples might include the sale of English-language territorial rights where the licensee is manufacturing their own edition (see Chapter 9), book club rights where the club manufactures its own copies (Chapter 10), paperback rights where the licensee is independent of the licensor (Chapter 11), low-price reprint rights (Chapter 12), other reprint rights (Chapter 13), serial rights (Chapter 14) and translation rights (Chapter 16) and electronic licences (Chapters 23 and 24). The material may be for the whole book (in the case of an English-language reprint edition) or for some or all of the illustrations (in the case of serial rights or a translation).