Before the rush

Before the rush
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One purpose of a model release is to warrant to a commercial agency that the subject of the photo was paid and consents to the photo being used commercially without limitation (or as specified in the wording of the document). If you are not selling the photo to an agency that requires a model release, then you don't need a model release, as it is not a ...


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This doesn't have a certain answer (in the U.S.)—there's never been enough money involved to get far enough in court to get actual precedent set. Someone always blinks. The closest we've gotten is the diCorcia case. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nussenzweig_v._DiCorcia but even that had the appeal decided on statute of limitations grounds, not the ...


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I did a quick Google of "Canada Model Release Law," and found this info: Why does it matter if the model is a minor? If the model is a minor, he or she will need parental permission to approve of the use of his or her image, likeness, or sound. How do you define a “minor”? Within the context of the Model and Entertainment Release, a ...


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You are the parent, you are the photographer. Unless you plan to sue yourself for using an image then no. Flippant answer aside i would think that any publication or contest would require a model release form.


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Standard disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. I am not giving any legal advice, other than to consult a lawyer in your jurisdiction. A basic way to go would be to gather the minors personal informations on the model releases to help identify them, and get both of their parents to sign them (again, along with their personal informations to identify them clearly). ...


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Standard disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. I am not giving any legal advice, other than to consult a lawyer in your jurisdiction. In most states in the US, minors do not have the capacity to contract. Contracts entered to with a minor are voidable at the discretion of the minor. If you wish the terms of the contract to be enforceable on all sides (i.e., to ...



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