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By Tad Crawford

Now the single business—forms ebook adapted particularly to the desires of craftmakers has been revised, bringing its 30 necessary, ready—to—use kinds and negotiation checklists thoroughly brand new. And this re-creation contains an ultra—convenient CD—ROM, so the types could be copied electronically, converted, personalized, and stored, prepared for the crafter's subsequent undertaking. The crafts industry is over $14 billion each year, and company and felony varieties for Crafts is the single booklet each crafter—businessperson needs to have.• Replaces ISBN: 1-88059-87-0

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Security interests are reviewed under Other Provisions for Form 1. ❏ Specify who is responsible for the risk of loss. (Paragraph 12) ❏ Specify the amount of insurance to be carried, who shall carry it, the division of insurance proceeds, and the artist’s right to a copy of the policy. (Partially covered by Paragraph 12) ❏ Agree on a division of remaining inventory in the event of termination of the contract. The percentage formulation may be awkward because it may result in fractions of a copy going to each party.

The artist should not be bound for too long a period of time by a contract with a gallery. What was appropriate at one time may no longer serve the artist as he or she grows in terms of both aesthetic and financial success. One way to deal with this is to provide for a right of termination after a certain time period, such as one or two years. Highly successful artists may receive a stipend each month from the gallery. This is an amount of money that the artist receives regardless of sales. If sales are made, the amounts paid as a stipend are subtracted from the amounts due to the artist.

If the gallery pays for frames or similar items, who will own them after the exhibition? The artist should not be bound for too long a period of time by a contract with a gallery. What was appropriate at one time may no longer serve the artist as he or she grows in terms of both aesthetic and financial success. One way to deal with this is to provide for a right of termination after a certain time period, such as one or two years. Highly successful artists may receive a stipend each month from the gallery.

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