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A Translation Contract is an agreement whereby one party called the translator renders translation services or agrees to translate one language to another language in favor of another party or the client. A Translation Contract can cover a wide variety of materials or works with contents that are required by the client to be translated from one language to another. Such materials or works can include documents, books, articles, and even audio or video files.
It must be noted that unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties, the ownership over the original works or materials belongs to the client while the resulting work of the translation which is also called a derivative work, belongs to the translator.
This written agreement will lay down the terms and conditions of the translation services and will prevent the parties from deviating from their agreement and avoid misunderstandings as to the manner by which the translation services will be rendered.
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This document may require details concerning the identity of the parties who may either be individuals or organizations. After completing the information concerning the identity of the parties, the contents of the agreement may include the following:
Once the above information is completed, notarization is optional. In case the parties want to notarize this document, an Acknowledgment portion will be included wherein the details that must be provided to the notary public may be completed.
In case of notarization, the parties must print and sign an extra copy aside from their respective copies, one for each, and present and sign each copy in front of the notary public. They should also present their respective identifications. Once notarized, the parties should each keep at least one copy of the notarized document and the notary public will also keep one copy. In case the parties opt not to notarize or acknowledge the document, they must print two copies, one for their own records, and sign the same.
The laws on contracts and obligations found in the Civil Code of the Philippines apply as well as the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code. Further, this document may be governed by the 2004 Rules on Notarial Practice. It should also be noted that making untruthful statements in a notarized affidavit may be punishable under the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines.
also prevent misunderstandings.
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