[thelist] Website Design/Hosting Client Copyright

Dwain Alford dwain.alford at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 12:23:46 CST 2006

when you write your contract with the buyer spell out that the cms is
licensed for x years for $x and that all other rights to the sight (be
detailed in what they get) are transferred to them.  you might even consider
hiring a copyright attorney to do the contract for you.


On 11/29/06, Dawson Costelloe <costelloe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I'm currently putting forward a sales proposal, to design, host and
> develop quite a large, and very technical website. I have agreed to the
> client that they are purchasing the entire website, including graphics,
> domain-name and source-code as part of the price (however not the CMS I
> have
> written, this will be licensed).
> In the proposal template I'm using, it requires me to specify copyright
> information, to the client, such as ownership and other legal information.
> Having not done this before, I was wondering if there were any nice people
> out there who wouldn't mind sharing something similar they might have, or
> have seen, in the past?
> Many Thanks,
> Dawson
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