Print On Demand Agreement

AUTHOR and BOOKSTAND PUBLISHING execute this contract by AGREEING WITH TERMS under applicable California state laws on the nearest written date. It goes without saying that, in the case of a dispute that never arises from that agreement, it is the dominant party, whose discharge is granted or whose judgment is rendered, who has paid the legal costs to the non-dominant party. 11. Justifications – (a) Client corrections, including changes to files and additional paid samples required by such corrections, are calculated with an additional fee disclosed at the time the client submits the work. (b) the entity assumes no responsibility for any error in the final product in which the supporting documents provided for the customer`s agreement are not corrected by the customer, nor for errors in the final merchandise if the customer did not require proof in advance. c) For all work placed by the customer with a billed value of 500 GBP (500 USD) or above the customer, he must order related proof and will be charged at the advertised prices. (d) In the case of paint work, while the company strives to comply with the evidence and previous copies, the customer accepts that there may be a slight difference due to the nature of the digital printing process and the factors outside the control of the company. (e) All supporting documents are delivered without the film being locked. We can certainly publish a book that comes in part or in full from publicly available material. Please of course note that if it is a public domain, you do not have the rights to do so (because it is in the public domain). In this case, we would amend the agreement so that paragraph 3 states, “The author acknowledges that essential parts of this document come from the public.” POD offers advantages over conventional printing production and distribution. The POD service is not always easy to implement. Printing service providers and customers need to be prepared to evaluate their business process with flexibility and self-determination in order to change what is needed.

14. Claims for defective goods – (a) If the plant is defective, so that the customer can legally refuse it, the customer must inform the company within seven (7) business days following delivery, otherwise the customer will be considered accepted. b) “defect” is defined as a manufacturing error occurring outside the normal digital manufacturing process. (c) In the event of a refusal, the company reserves the right to request the return of the work for review. If it turns out that the default fee is valid, the work will be corrected within ten (10) working days and the return fee will be refunded. (d) In the absence of agreement on the vagueness of the work, the board of the BPiF (British Print Industry Federation) will be requested and the final decision will be taken.