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Term and Condition

These Terms and Conditions ("Agreement") LawPedia, the online legal platform ("Publisher"), and the author or entity submitting content for publication ("Author"). By submitting an e-book ("Content") for publication on Lawpedia, the Author agrees to the following terms and conditions:

1. Content Submission

  1.1 The Author grants Lawpedia the non-exclusive right to publish, distribute, and sell the Content in digital format.

  1.2 The Author confirms that they own the copyright to the Content or have obtained all necessary permissions for its publication.

2. Royalties

 2.1 Lawpedia shall pay the Author royalties based on the sales of the E-Book as per the agreed-upon percentage outlined in a separate agreement. 

 2.2 Royalties will be paid to the Author on a quarterly basis, subject to a minimum payment threshold as specified in the separate agreement.

3. Editing and Formatting

3.1 Send your E-Book in our email id - lawpedia508@gmail.com (PDF format only)

 3.2 Lawpedia reserves the right to edit and format the Content for clarity, consistency, and compliance with the platform's guidelines.

 3.3 The Author will collaborate with Lawpedia throughout the editing process to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the Content.

4. Marketing and Promotion

  4.1 Lawpedia may market and promote the E-Book through various channels to maximize its reach and sales.

 4.2 The Author agrees to participate in promotional activities as requested by Lawpedia, which may include interviews, blog posts, and social media engagement.

5. Rights and Ownership

  5.1 The Author retains the copyright to the Content and can publish it elsewhere after the agreed-upon exclusivity period, if any.

   5.2 Lawpedia retains the right to keep the E-Book in its catalog even after the exclusivity period ends.

6. Termination

   6.1 Either party may terminate this Agreement with written notice if the other party breaches any material term or condition herein.

   6.2 Upon termination, rights granted to Lawpedia to publish, distribute, and sell the E-Book will cease.

By submitting the Content, the Author acknowledges that they have read, understood, and agree to abide by these Terms and Conditions. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding between the parties and supersedes all prior agreements and understandings, whether oral or written.