I have run an "on the side" mail-order high-end photo printing business for a couple of years now, and have printed all sorts. I have considered this before and have drawn up my own conclusions, and I have never had any real issues (Other than rejecting the odd job)
So my question is - who's responsibility is it to check copyright?
The "customer" commissions the "work" (the print) , I simply supply the "service" of putting the work onto paper. The "Work" then (once paid) becomes the property of the "artist" and they do whatever they want with it.
Am I Legally obliged to ask for copyright ownership or royalty agreement proof, or is this purely on the artist's shoulders?