All or part of a scanned photo used on a website as part of the logo, user interface, slideshow, gallery, video or other visual medium. Ok, what happened next, and wasn`t just heartbreaking to me when I saw a dream swept away like that, is that the freelancer broke his contract with me and deleted my entire project/website and its contents, and gave me back the money and told me I didn`t want to get paid, and that I had nothing but the domain name. He then went to verbally abuse me, I have all the documented evidence and I had refused not to pay him, and he stole all my download photos, drawings and drawings, and drawings as I wanted to build the site, in addition to the fact that I had already protected the copyright… Ok, so fortunately, the hosting site managed to save part of the site after it entered its disaster recovery system, confirmed its validation that the site had been emptied. For now, I`m going to rebuild my site on my own. That`s why I think he has nothing when he deleted the project, returned the funds, because I`m not able to do it after he leaves my bank account and he`s been deposited into a storage account, that the freelancer can only resign if he doesn`t want to finish the project or if there`s an argument… and the strangest of all, it gave me all the files, folders, content, etc. in front of the hand and do not recognize me that it was a back-up and sad virus content when downloading…. If I continue to build my dream, am I right that he has nothing but signed against an agreement he had agreed and signed? This agreement on website development services is billed based on time and hardware.
The developer must charge every 30 days an invoice indicating all the hours and additional costs for which the customer is responsible. The customer agrees to pay each invoice within 30 days of receiving the developer. Copyright stipulates that the author of the design and content of the site automatically becomes the rightful owner of these assets. What you have directly is the text you give them (if any) and the photos you took. Once your website is created, you will receive a license to use it, unless the designer indicates something else in the fine print of your contract. The basic rule – no website is free. If a marketing point seems too good to be true, it usually is. I know what the effect would be if I had created a search engine page for my website and sent a copy to Google`s legal department. You`d stop indexing my site or think it`s a joke. It`s not true.
While it may seem like a good way to start, you are in for an impolite awakening if you try to leave this agreement in favor of a more robust or results-oriented approach. While the “duration” of development agreements is usually the length of time it takes to complete the project, the parties should specify in the agreement what happens if one of the parties wishes to terminate the contract before the conclusion. You should answer questions such as: which belongs to which IP, what payment is due to the developer, and the return of all customers from confidential data and other proprietary materials.