joint work

Definition of "joint work"
  1. A unified piece under copyright law created by two or more authors, where each participant possesses equal rights to register and enforce the copyright, irrespective of their contribution percentage to the work
How to use "joint work" in a sentence
  1. The new song is a joint work of the two musicians, giving each equal copyright rights.
  2. A scientific paper can be a joint work when several researchers contribute to it.
  3. The software was a joint work, so both programmers hold the same copyright rights even though their contributions were unequal.

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