The rights granted will vary depending on the scope of the deal. You can find some of the most common rights granted in a publishing deal on this template. However, feel free to customize them to fit the specifics of your Agreement.
2.1 An exclusive, worldwide right and license to exploit the title (state the title of the work) (the "Composition") in any form or medium.
2.2 The right to collect mechanical, synchronization, and performance royalties from the sale or public distribution of recordings embodying the Composition.
2.3 The right to collect all foreign mechanical, synchronization, and performance royalties derived from the exploitation of Composition internationally.
2.4 The right to market and promote the Composition through print media, radio, television, internet, and other mediums.
2.5 The right to license the Composition for use in films, teleplays, or commercials.
2.6 The right to negotiate synchronization deals with third parties for using the Composition in films, teleplays, or commercials.
2.7 The right to negotiate mechanical licenses for the reproduction of the Composition onto CDs and other audio products.
2.8 The right to register copyrights in the Composition with performing rights societies and seek worldwide copyright protection.
2.9 The right to license the Composition to third parties for use in their recordings.
2.10 The right to collect publishing royalties for the public performance of the Composition.
2.11 The right to sue for copyright infringement or other unauthorized use of the Composition.