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are deemed part of the recording costs recoupable against the royalties
Most product deals involve talent receiving an advance that is recoupable out of future royalties, but is nonrefundable.
That means that, after the publisher has taken care of recoupable debts, such as shipping, printing, promotion, etc., it will split whatever money is leftover with the creators, 50/50, though Gallaher has seen agreements recently that favor the creators in a 70/30 split.
If profit streams are uncertain and costs not recoupable, firms will adopt a service rather than hardware model to reduce overhead.
It makes no difference if the vindication of rights exception applies to save 5% of class filings or 90%." (That said, one's view on whether 5% or 90% is more likely will turn on how one treats attorneys' fees and other recoupable cost items, as discussed below in Part II).
Of course, one might argue that even failed attempts to theorize homosexuality as Other are discursively recoupable. That is, even failures can turn out to be successes: the endeavor to exclude queerness altogether, even when defeated, may manage to render homosexuality, native or elsewhere, foreign and alien--a mutual contamination.
* Child care can be considered as a recoupable cost.
* A retainer, again, sometimes recoupable in whole or part against royalty income.
(59) Welding machines and equipment meant considerable investment of dollars not necessarily recoupable from war contracts or falling under special depreciation allowances.
providing artists with tens of thousands of dollars in recoupable
The most effective and recoupable investments in Uzbekistan are the ones made in deeper processing of local mineral and agrarian raw materials (hydrocarbons, ores of nonferrous metals, cotton fiber, etc.).
Feldman also convinced the studio to pay Hawks's agency commissions directly to Feldman's office but Warners was allowed to deduct the commission amount from the recoupable elements, meaning that the studio recovered these costs before they began distributing percentages to Hawks and Feldman-Hawks' production company.
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- record of the court
- record of yearly periods
- record the vote
- Recorda sunt vestigia vetustatis et veritatis
- Recordari facias loquelam
- recorded expression of a formal judgment
- recorded item
- recorded material
- recording acts
- Recording of Land Titles
- recording secretary
- recourse to some higher power
- recourse to the principles of natural justice
- recover knowledge
- recover knowledge of
- recover property
- Recovered Memory
- recovery of property
- recovery of property from another’s possession
- recreation time
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- recounted something to
- recounted to
- recounts it to
- recounts something to
- recounts to
- recoup (something) from (someone or something)
- recoup expenses
- recoup from
- recoup investment
- recoup it from
- recoup losses
- recoup something from
- recouped from
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