FAQs

Unsure of what you really want to know? Please browse our Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about self-publishing in general and to learn more about Legaia Books. If you cannot find the particular questions you were aiming to raise, you may email us at [email protected] or call us now at 1 (844) 692-2665.

SELF-PUBLISHING IN GENERAL

Many published authors are actually hybrid; working with both traditional and self-publishing industry, and most of them started from being an indie author. So, why self-publish first?

Traditional publishing is not so easy to get into. Your manuscript has to undergo different stages of reviews. Being approved by the initial review doesn’t give a guarantee that it will pass the next through the final publisher’s review. And most often, you get a lot of rejections.

Self-publishing your book gives you an instant chance to get published as soon and as is the way you want for your book. Hybrid authors use this opportunity to entice potential traditional publishers.

E-book, or electronic book, is a book publication in digital format readable on computers and/or other electronic devices.
e-books have revolutionized and continue to challenge the endless possibilities of literary arts. We no longer have to think what to bring around somewhere or on a trip because now we can simply download them on our laptops, e-book reading devices and even our cell phones. It was estimated that 3-3.3 million Kindles were sold in 2009. With the growing popularity of e-books and e-book readers, authors have another way to get their book to a wider audience.

Both ISBN and ISSN are unique product identifiers. They come in a series of numbers and not one product has the same code as the others.

ISBN (International Standard Book Number) identifies individual book for its language, title code and its publisher. It is used to distribute and order your title at product sellers across the world.

ISSN (International Standard Number) identifies the series of books published under a unifying title but does not identify the publisher. Although ISSN is usually applicable to magazines, journals, newspapers among others, but it is not really limited to periodicals; they can also be applicable in some book series. The same ISSN code is used all throughout a particular series.

Can go either or both, ISBN and ISSN are located at the back cover and inside the copyright’s page.

To clarify matters, a series of books is only eligible for an ISSN if it has no planned end to the publication schedule. Book series, like Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia, are expected to end, hence not eligible for an ISSN, whereas institutional books like Encyclopedias, Concise Physics, Chicago Manual of Style, are continuously-improving series that do not have a planned end, and therefore is eligible for an ISSN.

Print-on-demand technology is a modern digital printing technology that allows books to be printed to match market demand. With this technology, publishers won’t have to do large print runs only to have it sit in warehouses, waiting for a deal. Print-on-demand publishing helps reduce costs by supplying books specific to each bookseller’s order. It’s a technique self-publishing industry uses to avoid unnecessary big up-front costs.

E-books can be published in a variety of formats. Here are few of the most common e-book publishing formats.

.pdf – This format is the most convenient format among all the other formats and it stands for “Portable Document Format” The PDF format was created by Adobe Systems and is highly compatible with PCs, Macs and Linux systems. PDF files can also be viewed directly on the Web with Adobe Reader.

.epub – The EPub format, based on XHTML and XML, is an open standard for e-books. Although less convenient than pdf, this format is a popular choice for a wide range of devices, and is highly compatible with Barnes and Noble’s nook, Kobo, iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad, and Google Play Books.

.mobi/ .prc – an open e-book standard that uses XHTML, JavaScript, and Frames can be viewed with many PDAs and smartphones. This format is for Mobipocket e-books and is widely popular in Kindle at Amazon.com

Having your material officially registered with the U.S. Copyright office allows you to take legal action to recover a monetary value if someone uses your work illegally.

Any material (pictures, text, information, quote, map, song, illustration, etc.) is immediately and automatically US Copyright protected as soon as you fix the work in a tangible form. Registering a copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office creates a public record of the basic information of your work, which will give you legitimate ownership over it.

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SELF-PUBLISHING WITH LEGAIA BOOKS

Legaia Books has helped thousands of authors reach their publishing goals. It has published books featured in different media like Paperclips Magazine, Facebook and etc. titles since 2010.

We’ve built our self-publishing company around you, the author, and designed a process to best help you reach your publishing goals. Throughout our Author-centric publishing process, you collaborate with a personal team of Legaia Books consultants to ensure your vision is translated into a custom-designed book. Our new initiatives focus on your goals as an author, gearing your manuscript to appear where you want it to appear: the bookstore, TV, radio, or even the big screen.

Unlike some book publishers, Legaia Books USA allows you to retain all rights and control decisions around the marketing of your book. When your book is finished, it’s available for order at online book retailers worldwide including Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and Chapter’s Indigo.

Hiring a literary agent won’t be a guarantee that your manuscript will be picked up by traditional publishers. In fact, 98 percent of all unsolicited manuscripts submitted to traditional publishers are rejected. Literary agents can be very expensive and some are unscrupulous who charge reading fees but won’t actually read your manuscript.

At Legaia Books, you can bypass literary agents. You don’t need one, we are always open to matters and issues you wish to understand. And consultation is always free of charge. This will help you avoid unnecessary expenses, pitfalls, and headaches that are commonly associated working with a literary agent.

Self-publishing with Legaia Books is just as easy as these five steps:

  • You will have an in-depth conversation with a Publishing Consultant to discuss your project goals, payment methods, marketing platforms and royalties.
  • Choose the services that align with your publishing goals.
  • Submit your materials, and coordinate with the book-publishing process.
  • After you approve the outcome of your book, congratulations, Legaia will now get you officially published
  • You don’t just stop at getting published. Legaia will offer you marketing tools and tips depending on the package you’ve availed for.

Here in Legaia, we give professional advice, guidelines, and options but you decide what’s best for your book. Throughout our author-centric publishing process, you collaborate with a personal team of publishing consultants to ensure your vision is translated into a custom-designed book. Our publishing consultants provide advice for you to reach your publishing goals while you maintain creative control. We design the book around your ideas and goals.

Here’s the flow:

  • Once we receive all of your materials, your manuscript will undergo reviews.
  • After reviewing your manuscript, your book will now proceed to publishing proper:
    1. Book Design – book designers and cover designers will collaborate with you to choose the most attractive and readable design for your genre. We will design your book interior and cover, and will send you a galley proof to review.
    2. Editorial Phase – editing process will start together with the book design. Editorial phase depends on what Package you’ve availed for. See http://www.legaiabooks.com/services/editing-services/ for details. Your manuscript will be given back to you with all the editorial highlights. After all corrections/issues are applied, and everything has been approved between you and the editors, your manuscript is now ready for the next stage.
    3. Content Layout – As soon as editorial phase is done, our layout artists will now work on your book. We’ll send you a copy of the layout for you to review. Any request you raise will be entertained in accordance to your privileges.
    4. Ready for Publication. Your book is turned into an electronic computer file that contains all the content – words, pictures, tables, and other elements, which include formatting specifications. From this file, we can generate books in a wide range of formats: hardcover and paperback books, downloadable electronic books and eBooks.

Acquiring ISBN and copyright is indeed necessary, but you don’t have to worry, Legaia Books will help make it easier for you.

Legaia Books will provide an ISBN for your book at no extra charge. We also provide the ability for you to register a book with the US Copyright Office. We will complete all the process, from necessary forms to paper works. All you need is to fill up necessary information.

At Legaia Books, you receive quarterly royalties on each and every purchase of your book, whether it is bought directly from the Legaia Books Bookstore or online book retailers worldwide including Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

Here’s an overview of what you need to know about how royalties are calculated. You earn royalties every time a book is printed to fulfill a new customer order place on Amazon.com, Amazon’s European websites, your Legaia Books USA Sales, or through sales channels offered with Expanded Distribution. A royalty is calculated based on the list price you set for the location where your book is printed. Our printer, distributors and shipping take their share (which is comprised of a percentage of the list price for each sales channel, the fixed charged and per page charged based on the print location) from the list price and the rest is your royalty earned. Meaning, you get 100% royalty from all the books your title sells.

You will receive your royalty every 20th day of a quarter. There is also a threshold of $100 before we send the royalty to you.

Legaia Books partners with leading payment merchants to process payments from our authors. We value payment security in all transactions we make and As a regulated online service, Legaia Books must comply with the rules and regulations imposed by the US government, our payment merchants, MasterCard®, and our banks. In doing so, authors may be required to submit specific documentation that will assist us in ensuring the safety and security of all transactions done via our payment merchants.

Here are our official payment partners:

Paypal

PayPal Holdings, Inc. is an American company operating a worldwide online payments system that supports online money transfers and serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods like checks and money orders.

Payoneer

Payoneer is a financial services company that provides online money transfer and digital payment services.

 

You represent and warrant the following:

• You are either the sole author and sole owner of all copyrights, or you are exclusively authorized in writing to represent all coauthors owning all copyrights to Your Advertisement Materials, or Your Advertisement Materials is a work for hire and You own all copyrights in it;

• You are either the owner of or You have secured permission to use any Third-Party Property that You give to Us to include in the Work, and You can provide proof if such permission if requested;

• Your Advertisement Materials and the Work do not: (i) infringe on any copyright or other intellectual property rights; (ii) violate any right of privacy, publicity or other personal or property right whatsoever; (iii) contain any libelous matter or matter otherwise contrary to law; (iv) contain a recipe, formula, or instruction that may be injurious to the user; or (v) contain any information of a third party deemed private by applicable law (such as social security numbers, dates of birth, or private financial or medical information);

• All statements in Your Advertisement Materials or the Work asserted as facts are based on Your careful investigation and research for accuracy;

• There have not been and are not now any pending or, to Your knowledge, threatened claims, litigation, or other proceedings pending against You with respect to the content or title of Your Advertisement Materials or the Work or other claims based on any facts that would constitute a breach of any of Your representations and warranties;

• All information in Your Advertisement Materials or that You submit or communicate to Us is accurate; and You will immediately notify Us to update and/or correct any information which becomes inaccurate.

Prior to submission of Your Advertisement Materials

• 0-15 calendar days after the purchase: 100% of purchase price, less $150 or 10% of the purchase price, whichever is greater
• 16-30 calendar days after the purchase: 50% of purchase price
• More than 30 calendar days after the purchase: No Refund

After submission of Your Advertisement Materials but prior to final approval

• After submission of Your Advertisement Materials but before design work begins: 50% of purchase price
• After design work begins but prior to final approval: 25% of purchase price
• Prior to Submission of your Advertisement Materials Rules Still Applies After You have given final approval of the Work
• No Refund

Submission of Your Advertisement Materials occurs when You first deliver to Us any text or images intended for publication.

If We terminate the Agreement without Cause at any time prior to fulfilling the Marketing Services, We will Refund 100% of the purchase price. “Cause” means (a) You behave in an abusive or uncivil manner toward Us or Our Contractors; (b) Your Advertisement Materials or Your Work fails to comply with the Content Guidelines or applicable laws, at any time; or (c) We receive a formal or informal allegation, complaint, demand or Action in any form made by a third party relating to You, Your Work or Your Royalties.

If at any time after submission of Your Advertisement Materials, We terminate this Agreement because Your Advertisement Materials or Your Work do not comply with our Content Guidelines, in Our sole discretion, We will withhold an additional fee of $150 from any Refund owed to You.

The Terms and Conditions is entered into as of _________, by and between the publisher, Legaia Books USA, and you, the author ____________.This publishing contract applies to and governs all rights bestowed upon both parties, services provided by us, and as well as any acts incidental to the fulfillment of the services or other responsibilities under this agreement.

By signing this contract, you understand and accept the terms and conditions set forth herein. That upon availing for any of our packaged services, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions, which outline, among other things, the granting of rights and licenses, fulfillment of the services and the limitation of liability.

RIGHTS and LICENSES

Legaia specifies its finished product into four categories of intellectual property: (1) Your Manuscript; (2) Our Work Product; (3) Our Property; and (4) Third Party Property.

Your Manuscript includes the text of the work, in its original form as submitted by the author and as edited by us during the fulfillment of editorial services purchased by the author, and graphics or other materials, all owned or authorized in writing by the owners to be submitted by the author that will be incorporated into the work. YOU (AND/ OR THE PERSONS YOU ARE EXCLUSIVELY AUTHORIZED TO REPRESENT IN THIS AGREEMENT) WILL REMAIN THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE OWNER(S) OF ALL RIGHT, TITLE, AND INTEREST, INCLUDING COPYRIGHT, IN AND TO YOUR MANUSCRIPT AND THE FINAL PRODUCTS.

Our Work Product includes the materials and resources used to create your book design, book cover design, graphics, illustrations, and other content that we or our contractors create in the process of fulfilling the Services (with the exception of the text of the work). Our Property includes our imprint logos, imprint names, trademarks, barcodes, and ISBN’s. We remain the sole and exclusive owner of all right, title and interest, including copyright, in and to Our Work Product and Our Property.

Third Party Property includes content that is owned by third parties that either we license, or you license or otherwise have permission to use in the work. If your use of Third Party Property is subject to any restrictions (such as a limit on the number of reproductions of an image), you are responsible to ensure that you comply with those restrictions. All right, title and interest in Third Party Property shall remain with the respective Third Party. Third Party Property licensed to us may be used only in the version of the work (in any format) that we create, and may not be removed or used in any other versions of the work or other products or materials.

During the Term of this Agreement and for the purpose of fulfilling the services availed for and of complying with our obligations under this Agreement, with respect to Your Manuscript and Third Party Property licensed to you for use in the work, You authorize, consent to and grant to us and our contractors the following:

• The worldwide rights and license to display, exhibit, reproduce, digitize, modify, license, and otherwise use the information that you provide to us about you (such as your name or chosen penname, image, likeness, appearance, voice, video footage, biographical and personal information, etc.), and information about the work (such as the title, your description of the work, excerpts and images from the work, etc.), in all materials created by us or on our behalf that incorporate any of the information above, in any format and in all media;

• The worldwide rights and license to send free review copies of the work to members of media and other potential book reviewers or book sellers, in our sole discretion.

• The worldwide rights and license to make excerpts or previews of the work available for preview on websites or via other media, including the websites of certain retailers such as Amazon, Google, and Apple, in Our sole discretion

• The exclusive, transferable, worldwide license to manufacture, store, use, display, execute, reproduce (in whole or in part), transmit, modify (for example, for formatting purposes or to create authorized derivative works), import, make, have made, offer to sell, print, publish, market, sublicense, distribute, and sell (individually or as part of compilations of collective works), and license for use via any subscription model or lending model, through all distribution channels available now or at a later time, in any language, in any format, and via any medium, now known or hereafter devised, selected in our sole discretion and consistent with the services you purchase.

• During the transition period of ninety (90) days after termination of this Agreement, the non-exclusive, worldwide license to engage in the activities set forth above

• The right and license to compile and use statistical information regarding sales of the Work For Internal Use Only- Revision Date: 7/11/2016.

After this Agreement is terminated, we grant to you a non-exclusive, worldwide license to manufacture, store, use, display, execute, reproduce, transmit, import, make, have made, offer to sell, print, publish, market, sublicense, distribute, and sell Our Work Product and Third Party Property provided by us only as it exists in the version of the work that was created by us. The re-sale of copies of the work purchased previously by you or by a third party is not subject to the terms of this Agreement.

FULFILLMENT OF SERVICES

Before we are required to complete fulfillment of the services, you must submit to us: (a) a fully completed Title Submission Form or other forms requested by us; (b) your manuscript; and (c) full payment for the services. We are not responsible for the loss of or damage to your manuscript while in transit or while in our possession. We are not obligated to preserve or return your manuscript or any other submitted materials to you.

You agree that we will suggest the price at which to sell the various formats of the work (“Suggested Retail Price”). PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE IS NOT NECESSARILY THE PRICE OF THE WORK TO THE END CUSTOMER, WHICH IS
SET BY THE RETAILER. YOU MAY NOMINATE A SPECIFIC PRICE AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION GRANTED THAT IT DOES NOT GO BELOW THE SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE.

Upon final approval of the work, we will make it available through our website and our contractors, consistent with the services availed for. The work may be sold individually in any format, or may be distributed in one or more of the following models: (i) divided with only certain portions of the work sold; (ii) combined, in whole or part, with other works and sold as part of a bundle; (iii) combined, in whole or in part, with other works and sold as part of a subscription service; or (iv) combined, in whole or in part, and sold as part of a lending service. We do not warrant that any particular contractor will offer the work for sale, as this is up to the sole discretion of the contractor, or that we will continue to use any particular contractor. If we receive a complaint from you or a third party regarding the work, we may discontinue the distribution of the work while we resolve the complaint.

You are responsible for the payment of shipping and handling fees applicable to the shipment of copies of the work to you, whether included with the service(s) or Publishing Package, provided free-of-charge, or otherwise purchased by you from us.

ROYALTIES

Royalties will be paid to you on all sales of the work, EXCEPT: (a) sales of used copies of the work; (b) sales of the work purchased by you; and (c) copies of the work given to any person or entity free of charge.
You will receive Royalties based on One Hundred Percent (100%) of the Suggested Retail Price for each sale of the individual work in print or audio format through one of our contractors; minus the following expenses:

• Printing Cost
• Distribution Cost
• Shipping and Handling

Royalties and total sales of the work are calculated on a calendar quarter basis. Royalties due will be paid within ninety (90) days after the end of each calendar quarter. Our third party payment merchant may charge you an additional fee to “Legaia Books is an innovated self-publishing platform for authors of different genres.” Legaia Books USA | 555 Fayetteville Street Suite 201 Raleigh, NC 27601 | (704) 245-6610 receive payments through when electronic funds transfer (EFT). We may accrue and withhold payment until the total amount of Royalties earned equals or exceeds seventy-five dollars ($75). All held Royalties will be paid in full within ninety (90) after the end of each calendar year. Royalty payments may be reduced by any outstanding amounts you owe to us and are subject to garnishment. We reserve the right to determine or change the method of payment, in our sole discretion. Royalties may be subject to applicable tax requirements and withholding. You will be solely responsible for all sales, use, and excise taxes, and any other similar taxes, duties, and charges of any kind imposed by any federal, state, or local governmental entity. In order to determine the appropriate amount of withholding, if any, you will provide us with all necessary information and documentation requested by us. If you fail to provide us with the proper documentation and information, we will withhold those amounts required to be withheld in compliance with the tax code or other governing laws and regulations, and will remit these amount to the appropriate government agency. You have no right to seek reimbursement from us for such withholdings.

You are responsible for supplying and maintaining with us complete and current personal information, including, but not limited to, your name, address, telephone number, email address, bank information, and tax information. We are not liable for any damages related to delays or failure to receive notices, tax documents, Royalty payments or other information resulting from your failure to maintain accurate current and complete personal information with us. We reserve the right to place a hold on payment of Royalties if a check is returned because the mailing address you have provided us is no longer accurate or an electronic payment is rejected because the bank information you have provided us is no longer valid. We will continue to hold the Royalties until you provide us with accurate address and bank account information.

TERMINATION & REFUNDS

Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time, with or without cause, with written notice to the other party. When this Agreement is terminated, we will notify and demand that all of our contractors (such as Amazon, Google and Apple) cease the production, sale and distribution of new copies of the work. However, we cannot control the actions or omissions of our contractors, or when they choose to comply with our request. Even after contractors stop selling the work, previews and excerpts may be seen on the internet in perpetuity, long after termination. We will not be liable to you for copyright infringement, or in any other way, for the failure of a retailer or contractor to cease the production, sale and distribution of the work to remove an excerpt or preview of the work after this Agreement is terminated, provided that we have given notice of the requested change to such contractor. You will remain liable for payment of the balance due, subject to the Refund provisions below.

If either or both parties terminate this Agreement for cause (as defined below) at any time or without cause after we have fulfilled the Publishing Services and Marketing Services, refunds will be issued as follows

For Publishing Packages:

Prior to submission of your manuscript

• 0-90 calendar days after the purchase: 100% of purchase price, less $150 or 10% of the purchase price, whichever is greater
• 91-180 calendar days after the purchase: 50% of purchase price
• More than 180 calendar days after the purchase: No Refund

After submission of your manuscript but prior to final approval

• After submission of your manuscript but before design work begins: 50% of purchase price
• After design work begins but prior to final approval: 25% of purchase price
• Prior to Submission of your Manuscript Rules still applies

After you have given final approval of the work:
• No Refund

Submission of your manuscript occurs when you first deliver to us any text or images intended for publication. If we terminate the Agreement without cause at any time prior to fulfilling the Publishing Services and Marketing Services, we will refund 100% of the purchase price. “Cause” means (a) you behave in an abusive or uncivil manner toward us or our contractors; (b) your manuscript or your work fails to comply with the Content Guidelines or applicable laws, at any time; or (c) We receive a formal or informal allegation, complaint, demand or action in any form made by a third party relating to you, your work or your royalties. If at any time after submission of your manuscript, we terminate this Agreement because your manuscript or your work do not comply with our Content Guidelines, in our sole discretion, we will withhold an additional fee of $150 from any refund owed to you. If, after termination of this Agreement, you request in writing an electronic file(s) of the work, we will send the PDF file(s) within 30 days, with our property removed.

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

You represent and warrant the following:

• You are either the sole author and sole owner of all copyrights, or you are exclusively authorized in writing to represent all coauthors owning all copyrights to your manuscript, or your manuscript is a work for hire and you own all
copyrights in it;

• You are either the owner of or you have secured permission to use any Third Party Property that you give to us to include in the work, and you can provide proof of such permission if requested;

• Your manuscript and the work do not: (i) infringe on any copyright or other intellectual property rights; (ii) violate any right of privacy, publicity or other personal or property right whatsoever; (iii) contain any libelous matter or matter otherwise contrary to law; (iv) contain a recipe, formula, or instruction that may be injurious to the user; or (v) contain any information of a third party deemed private by applicable law (such as social security numbers, dates of birth, or private financial or medical information);

• All statements in your manuscript or the work asserted as facts are based on your careful investigation and research for accuracy;

• There have not been and are not now any pending or, to your knowledge, threatened claims, litigation, or other proceedings pending against you with respect to the content or title of your manuscript or the work or other claims based on any facts that would constitute a breach of any of your representations and warranties;

• All information in your manuscript or that you submit or communicate to us is accurate; and you will immediately notify us to update and/or correct any information which becomes inaccurate.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES

SALES ARE NOT GUARANTEED. WE CANNOT CONTROL THE SUBJECTIVE PURCHASING DECISIONS OF CONSUMERS OR BOOKSELLERS. WE CANNOT AND DO NOT GUARANTEE SALES OF THE WORK. WE MAKE NO GUARANTEES OR PROMISES AS TO THE MINIMUM SUCCESS OF THE SERVICES OR THE AMOUNT OF BOOK SALES WHICH MAY RESULT FROM ANY OR ALL OF THE SERVICES. GENERAL DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES. EXCEPT FOR ANY WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS EXPLICITLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT, WE MAKE NO OTHER WARRANTY, AND EXPLICITLY DISCLAIM ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS, OR REPRESENTATIONS (EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ORAL OR WRITTEN, WHETHER ARISING BY LAW, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR DEALING, CUSTOM OR USAGE IN THE TRADE, OR OTHERWISE) WITH RESPECT TO THE SERVICES, OR ANY PART THEREOF, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS, OR SUITABILITY FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHETHER OR NOT WE KNOW, HAVE REASON TO KNOW, HAVE BEEN ADVISED, OR ARE OTHERWISE IN FACT AWARE OF ANY SUCH PURPOSE), WARRANTY OF TITLE, AND WARRANTY AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF A THIRD PARTY.

Note:

The standard turn-around time for publishing a book from raw materials is usually 3-4 months. For book republication, it may take 1 to 2 months depending on how responsive you are during the production period.

Client’s Benefits when you publish with us:

• 100% Royalty | Retail Price – [Distribution + Printing + Shipping]
• 100% Ownership
• Film Rights
• Republication Rights
• 100% Control
• Author Bulk Printing Discount Provider’s Given Rights (EACH CAN BE TERMINATED BY CLIENT):
• Distribution Rights
• Publicity Rights
• Reproduction Rights (Print & Electronic)

REMEDIES; LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

We are not liable for any damages related to a contractor’s failure to remove an excerpt or preview of the work or update the version of the work subject to this Agreement during its term, provided that we have given notice of the requested change to such contractor. We will not be liable to you for copyright infringement, or in any other way, for the failure of a retailer or contractor to cease the production, sale and distribution of the work to remove an excerpt or preview of the work after this Agreement is terminated, provided that we have given notice of the requested change to such contractor. We will continue to pay Royalties for any sales made by us or our contractors after the termination of this Agreement.

In the event that we publish the work in any format other than the format selected and purchased by you, your sole remedy will be payment of any Royalties on any sale of the work in the non-selected format and upon written notice from you, we will request our contractors to delist such version. The parties intend that the payment of Royalties if a sale of the work occurs after this Agreement is terminated or if the work in published in a non-selected format constitutes Liquidated Damages and compensation, but not a penalty. The parties acknowledge and agree that any harm to you caused by the publication of the work in a non-selected format or a sale of the work after this Agreement is terminated would be impossible or very difficult to accurately estimate at the time of making of this Agreement and at the time of such event occurs, and that the Liquidated Damages are a reasonable estimate of the anticipated or actual harm that might arise. Our payment of the Liquidated Damages is our sole liability and entire obligation, as well as your exclusive remedy if such a sale or publication occurs.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

IN NO EVENT WILL WE OR ANY OF OUR EMPLOYEES, REPRESENTATIVES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, OWNERS OR CONTRACTORS BE LIABLE TO YOU OR TO ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, REVENUE, PROFIT, LOSS OF DATA, DIMINUTION IN VALUE, OR FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT, BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING LIBEL AND NEGLIGENCE), OR OTHERWISE, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SUCH DAMAGE
WAS FORESEEABLE AND WHETHER OR NOT WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, AND NOTWITHSTANDING THE FAILURE OF ANY AGREED OR OTHER REMEDY OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL OUR OR OUR CONTRACTORS’ AGGREGATE LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS AGREEMENT, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT, BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING LIBEL AND NEGLIGENCE) OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED THE AGGREGATE AMOUNTS ACTUALLY PAID
TO US BY YOU FOR THE APPLICABLE SERVICES.

The exclusions and limitations in this section will not apply to damages or other liabilities arising out of our or our contractors’ gross negligence or willful or intentional misconduct.

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