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Before I can release the artist I need to clarify the contract. First, under "Termination" states "Either party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement due to the operation of ARTIST not fulfilling any portion of ARTIST Minimum Recording Obligation or/and COMPANY not fulfilling any portion of COMPANY recording, manufacturing, distributing and sale of ARTIST Phonographic Master Recording but shall not affect both Parties to receive, or obligation to pay, any and all compensation and rights provided for under this agreement".
Does this mean if my company terminate the agreement, my company pays the artist out of the Agreement?
Or if the artist terminates the agreement, my company can hold on to the artist professional name (stage name) until the Masters are rendered by artist?Also under "Warranties And Performance Obligation" section 4.(II).(B) states "ARTIST shall not thereafter use the professional name in any commercial or artistic endeavor; said professional name shall remain for all purpose the sole property of ARTIST who continue to record for COMPANY and perform ARTIST obligations under this Agreement". So does this mean that my company can deem any other companies or persons from using the stage name until the 3 Master Recordings is submitted by artist?