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Okay tourney Steve fonder we're back I'm California real estate lawyer and a broker also licensed practice law in Arizona also in a broker in Arizona serving up real estate insights you can find us at Fondren law calm alright this video is about how to cancel an exclusive listing agreement let's go okay disclaimer this is not legal advice or a substitute for legal advice or likes as practice law California Arizona license real estate broker both states we do offer paid legal consultations 1/2 hour minimum what is exclusive agency okay so we're going to differentiate between exclusive agency and exclusive right to sell but let's talk about exclusive agency here's the rules set forth by the California Bureau of real estate an exclusive agency is an agreement by which the owner agrees to employ a particular real estate broker and no other brokers ok you can read this section here in short you're agreeing to hire this broker and no other broker it does not mean however that the owner cannot sell their property the owner retains the right to sell encumber rent or lease the property on their own and you would not own an or Commission in that case so exclusive agency is basically saying you're my exclusive agent now let's contrast that with exclusive right to sell what's exclusive right to sell these Susan tried to sell listing affords a real estate broker the greatest protection if you're a broker this is what you want because that way if the owner sells you will still get paid they may repeat if the owner selves you will still get paid okay so that's a real important point so exclusive right to sell is basically you're the only person who can sell the property you can read the rest of the rule here if you want to pause the video let's go on to the next one terms of an exclusive agency ok the listing agreement must contain if you're going to employ a broker and it's going to be an exclusive agency must contain a definite specified date of final and complete termination ok code sections air and a little bit more about it there let's just make it simple put forward in great detail what you're going to do where the property is when to start when you're going to start when it's going to end be clear get it in writing and give your client a copy of the document as soon as possible preferably at the time you enter into the agreement ok fully executed listing agreement what is that that means fully executed means when both parties sign it ok so a fully executed agreement all material terms of the representation set forth in writing and that's what you want to do and give it to the other give it to your client if you're the homeowner the seller you should get that at the time that you sign the.

FAQ

Why did Disney give exclusive video game rights of the Star Wars license to EA, rather than everybody who wants to create a Star Wars game like before?
…. There’s a lot to unpack here, so get ready for a long answer.On Who Gets to Make Star Wars GamesThere has never been a time when “everybody who wants to create a Star Wars game” could make a Star Wars game. Never. Not once in the history of the brand.Rather, exclusive rights to make Star Wars games in the past have always resided with Lucasarts, a subsidiary of Lucasfilm. They were a game development studio as well as a publisher, although they were middle-of-the-pack in terms of sales and industry prestige at the best of times and hugely inconsistent in both the focus and quality of their product library. For the most part, if a Star Wars game was getting made it was done in-house at Lucasarts, and by no on else.Lucasarts did license or outsource some games to other developers, the most notable being the LEGO Star Wars series, Raven’s Jedi Outcast, Bioware’s Knights of the Old Republic, and the canceled Darth Maul game by Red Fly Studios. The process involves getting in contact with Lucasfilm’s licensing department, making a professional pitch for a product, and entering into some serious legal and publishing negotiations with them ‡ or else they have to reach out to you. To give you an idea…Bioware got the opportunity they did owing to the fact that they’d already had a lot of success with Baldur’s Gate.Red Fly was contacted by Lucasfilm to work on the Darth Maul game owing to their contributions to the Wii port for The Force Unleashed II, they were a work-for-hire studio specializing in Wii and Playstation 2 ports.Raven was contacted owing to the fact that they had a lot of clout with the Quake engine, and online multiplayer was a vital component for Jedi Outcast.The LEGO Star Wars games are an especially interesting case, owing to the fact that the LEGO Group licenses those out rather than Lucasfilm, it just happens that LEGO’s license with Lucasfilm for LEGO-based toys and merch is especially broad and enables them to do so, even to the point of getting Warner Bros. to publish the games instead of going through Lucasarts.Obviously that’s a far cry from just letting “any company that feels like it” make a Star Wars game freely. If you tried without going through proper channels, Lucasfilm would’ve sued you into oblivion, and they would’ve had the moral and legal high ground to do so.On Closing LucasartsSo, that brings us to the next part of the question ‡ Why did Lucasfilm and Disney choose to license Star Wars to EA Games instead of keeping Lucasarts open? We’ll get to EA in a minute, but I feel that now that we’ve established Lucasarts as such a central part of this, we need to address closing them specifically, as this caused a lot of outcry among fans.Back in 2021 when Disney was finalizing their purchase of Lucasfilm, they were also in the process of systematically shedding their internal game development teams at Disney Interactive. For the last several years they had been mostly unsuccessful, especially in the console space, with large swaths of cancelled or mediocre projects bearing major movie licenses. A canceled AAA Pirates of the Caribbean game is a known casualty of the Xbox 360 era, years before Assassins‡ Creed IV: Black Flag stole that particular show. Their attempts to make games tying into Tron: Legacy failed to take off meaningfully. Epic Mickey, their collaboration with Warren Spector and Junction Point Studios, wound up massively under-performing despite their hopes that it could revitalize Mickey Mouse’s brand and image. They elected to see through supporting Disney Infinity to a point, but anybody who read the signs of what was going on at Disney Interactive knew that it was only a matter of time before that one hit the kibosh.In essence, Disney recognized that they had no idea how to read the gaming market and no idea how to manage game studios, that they were just throwing good money after bad as they floundered to try and capitalize off of this market, and decided they weren’t even going to try. This probably stood out especially given that Kingdom Hearts was so popular compared with anything that they did internally. So, instead, they’d license out their properties to game studios and publishers who, at least ideally, understand this marketplace better and understand better how to manage these kinds of projects.Closing Lucasarts, of course, was part of that same MO. When I heard the announcement of Disney buying Lucasfilm I basically knew it was a foregone conclusion, and gave up any hope I might’ve had that they might contact me for a follow-up after a recent job interview I’d had with them. It was predictable like clockwork.Not helping any of this is the fact that Lucasarts‡ own management didn’t exactly have a sterling reputation themselves. Overall their track record for mainstream gaming was better than Disney’s, but they didn’t tend to retain personnel or technical infrastructure very well and increasingly struggled to output or support Star Wars games with the kind of variety and level of quality they wanted, especially as the competition increasingly grew ahead of them. Star Wars: 1313 would’ve marked the second dramatic game engine change in a five-year period, with the company switching from proprietary technology to Unreal, while The Force Unleashed II marked one of many periodic mass layoffs that Lucasarts was known for. While its past achievements in the 1990’s were fairly impressive, by that point in time it wasn’t so much a studio with a signature as it was an empty shell that would routinely fill with new personnel in order to service a brand. In short, they de-valued the human and creative element of their own studio themselves long, long ago, whether they consciously knew it or not.From a sentimental and nostalgic standpoint I found Lucasarts‡ closure sad, if they hadn’t closed I might’ve gotten my first industry job on Star Wars: 1313. On the other hand, I recognize the concrete dollars-and-cents logic, both in terms of the bigger picture at Disney and in terms of the practicalities of both keeping Lucasarts open and trying to get it to shape up as a game publishing branch. It’s sad‡ but Disney probably made the right choice.On The Contract with EAThat brings us around to the final part of this question ‡ why EA Games? Why would anyone give them an exclusive license to make and publish Star Wars games?So, you’re Bob Iger, and you’re looking to farm out Star Wars games to someone who knows what they’re doing ‡ someone who can make and market an epic sci-fi brand and give it the attention and brand prestige it deserves. Your choices are essentially EA Games, 2k Games, SEGA, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Activision, and Square-Enix.Right off the bat you can strike Square-Enix and Bethesda, as they’re overwhelmingly more invested in original IPs. Ubisoft and 2k work with licenses more often, but not that much, and they have a very limited array of studios that could or would be interested in handling Star Wars. That leaves EA, SEGA, and Activision, and SEGA is definitely the smallest of those three fish.Between EA and Activision, then‡ EA has Bioware, who already handles Star Wars: The Old Republic, has one of the most critically acclaimed Star Wars games ever under their belt, and continues to output technically impressive (if critically mixed) RPGs. EA has Respawn, which is the original team behind Call of Duty. EA has DICE, who are responsible for some of the most technically impressive and large-scale multiplayer games on the current market.Gosh. This looks like a no-brainer all of a sudden, doesn’t it? I mean, you get Bioware, but on top of that you could bring back Star Wars: Battlefront, one of the most successful games in Lucasarts‡ own catalog, at the level of production values that DICE is known for. Based on that proposition alone you’d be almost crazy not to lay down the ink with EA right away.Here’s the thing: EA has a very, very different reputation in the video game industry compared to their reputation with discontented gamers. Namely, they’re reliable, for a surprisingly wide portfolio of games compared with other publishers. The same draconian creative management, tight budgets, tight schedules, and tight-fisted monetization tactics that earn them a stink-eye from fans also ensures that they get projects done on-time, on-budget, and that they make boatloads of money. It’s absolutely obnoxious how consistently profitable they are despite so many of their products coming off like the generic-brand soda of gaming. This goes especially for licensed products, which has been their specialty since darn near their inception and where all of the above negatives iron out to a net positive in fiscal and production responsibility. Meanwhile among the publishers I’ve outlined they also have one of the strongest portfolios of mobile games, which in itself was a market ripe for Star Wars to tap.Bearing all that in mind it feels like EA Games was the only choice. They’re almost like a giant-sized version of what Lucasarts was‡ For worse, perhaps, in that EA can make many of the same kind of mistakes as Lucasarts at a much larger scale, but for better, in that they have a plethora of studios specialized in specific types of games, can adapt to the shifts in the gaming marketplace more easily, and can give each individual game a lot more focus from teams specialized in the genres that they’re working in. It speaks to the wisdom of the decision, though, that Battlefront and Battlefront II both have outsold Lucasarts‡ previous best-selling games on the order of millions of copies.Original question: Why did Disney give exclusive video game rights of the Star Wars license to EA, rather than everybody who wants to create a Star Wars game like before?
How do I contract CAD work and retain the usage rights to the file? Or do you add the rights buy-out into the proposal?
Normally the person or firm who contracts you to do paid work for them is the legal owner of the information or patent ownership which comes from the work. Contracted workers are similar to employees concerning legal ownership of their work or inventions.If you want to have some or all ownership of the paid work you do for them, you should both first sign a contract clearly stating what rights both you and they agree to retain.
Should I sign an exclusive contract with a real estate agent when looking to buy my first home?
An exclusive contract is actually between a buyer and a broker, not a real estate agent. Agents work under a broker.An exclusive contract with a broker is a legally binding agreement that the buyer will be represented by a broker/agent for buying a home for a specific period of time. This means the buyer can’t turn around, look online and start dealing directly with a seller or selling agent and cut out his agent from the transaction. Why would a buyer want to do this? In the first place, the buyer NEVER compensates his real estate agent since the agent is paid from a seller’s commission after a closing.A problem could only arise if the buyer decides to buy from a private seller who is not willing to compensate an agent. There are many risks to doing this (when both seller and buyer are not represented by a real estate professional) but that’s another story.What’s Included in an Exclusive Buyer-Broker Contract?An exclusive buyer-broker contract will have important elements such as broker’s duties, buyer’s duties, commission clause, cancellation clause, and term of the contract.Should a buyer sign an exclusive contract? In my opinion, yes, after a buyer carefully reads the fine print. A buyer can always request clarification or make stipulations. If you expect an agent to put in serious effort into looking for properties within your requirements, a contract between a buyer and broker is essential.To be fair, the agent will be spending his own money on transportation, phone calls, and spending a lot of time and effort into finding you a house to buy and giving you advice when you need it. Surely, he deserves compensation for his time and effort if a successful sale is closed.How to Safeguard your Interests as a BuyerIf a buyer is concerned about being locked in a contract when an agent is unsatisfactory in any way, the buyer can always stipulate a shorter contract period such as 30 or 60 days. The buyer is then free to look for another agent at the end of that contract period. A buyer can also request for a guarantee regarding cancellation ‡ that he can be released from the agreement under certain conditions. Most real estate agents don’t also want to work with buyers who are not happy with their services.Real estate agents are licensed professionals providing a professional service. Here are good tips on things you shouldn't do when working with a real estate agent to ensure a smooth and successful working relationship.
I would like to buy and have exclusive rights to an API, how should I ask the developer?
Ask him to follow you on Quora. He should get the hint.
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?
I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
How do non exclusive contract compare and contrast to exclusive contracts?
An exclusive license is like a moat, preventing others from doing what you are doing. This is what good investors look for. A non-exclusive license means it is possible for others to enter into the same agreement with one or both parties (you or the other party) to do the same thing. An exclusive license is usually more valuable and costs more.
How can I find my passion?
My biggest passion failed. Had I pursued my first passion, my life would be very different, potentially much worse than where I actually ended up. My second passion drove me to become a millionaire and retiree at age 28.Now, as a entrepreneur, my second passion has entirely replaced my first passion in life. I’m grateful I can share and utilize my skills to inspire others to access the same opportunities I had to reach financial freedom at a young age. I can say with 99% definitiveness that my second passion is actually my real calling, my purpose, and my primary identity, as it turned out.Here are a few lessons I learned about Passion along the way:#1. Your passions, while deeply meaningful, may not make sense practically.My first passion in life was (and still is) singing. I had been winning awards and contests since I was 14. I truly thought I had the core talent, early in life to make a living out of singing. My strategy was to utilize my fluent English skills and ride the increasingly popular Americanization wave just developing at that point in the Chinese Mandarin market.However, my mom (as you can imagine most Chinese immigrant parents) was staunchly against encouraging my dreams. At a young age, I was constantly belittled and chastised by my mother in her efforts to dissuade me from pursuing Chinese pop-stardom as a career. She would taunt me about how everyone was better than me and I’d never amount to anything as a singer.Since I wasn’t born from wealth, my mom saw the odds from afar, much clearer than I could. I was enraptured in my dreams and could see nothing other than the glory of my inevitable success. She knew for someone like me who was not professionally trained and possessed average looks could only go so far in the media industry, which is a grueling and less glamorous industry than it seems.My mom couldn’t financially afford to support my passion nor give me an advantage over others. Therefore, she tried her best to shield me from my passion in an effort to protect me against this threat to my future.#2. Sometimes, passions can hurt you more than help you.My dream and passion of singing died a slow and painful death. I refused to take my mom’s advice and staunchly decided to pursue my talents. For people who have multiple talents, whether that’s athletic, within the arts, or in any other specialism, we often have the confidence to dream bigger with our skillset.There’s a catch: just because you could be very good at something, even at the mastery level, there is a huge difference between the top 10% and the top 1% that actually can make it in an industry. Life doesn’t give you too many chances and every step you take will have lasting consequences.For instance, if you bet your life on your sports career and you get hurt, that setback could hurt, if not end, your career. Therefore, the talent who does survive in those fields, tend to be paid above and beyond for their skill and sustainability, a reflection of the economic reality of a scarcity in the market of people who can perform at that level through the long-term.My mom saw my talent for what it was, a dangerous illusion that could rob me of my actual future that would instead need to be dependent on a long-term skill to survive. As we all know, in the entertainment industry, the life-span of most artists are relatively limited, so statistically, my odds of success were so low that my mom was terrified I’d actually sabotage my future pegged on my pipe dream.#3. Self-awareness on how much you’re willing to sacrifice will help you clarify your purpose.After college graduation, real life called. My parents made some business decisions that left me in charge of my family’s Chinese restaurant. That year, I progressed within a contest that asked me to go to China to compete on a national televised singing contest? However, by that point, I had a familial duty to help my parents survive. Our little restaurant paid the bills. If I left, there would be no one to pay our bills.How I hated my parents and extended family then? While everyone in my family was off pursuing their own interests, I was stuck doing my duty as a responsible and filial daughter, running a dinky restaurant that didn’t even pay me a real salary. I truly loathed my entire life, family, and the world for this gross injustice of watching my dreams die.However, I had to move on. I couldn’t live in hate or bitterness because it made me an angry and miserable person to be around. What I realized when I started reflecting on my life that year, was that it wasn’t my parents that I hated. It was myself and my own lack of confidence?Self-awareness proved to me that I didn’t have the guts to ditch my familial duties to pursue my dreams. That fault lies on me alone. If it were Madonna or Prince, they would have already left their parents. They probably wouldn’t have gone to college in the first place? They would have had the level of confidence required to run away from home for their dreams, throw their future away without any regrets. I didn’t have that same level of passion for my passion.#4. Move on to other passions.At age 22, I was too young to be struck down by life. I had too much optimism to let this early but great disappointment ruin my life. Even though I dreamed of Chinese popstar-dom as a singular objective, I had to find a way to move on as life after college progressed. After a period of bitterness and mourning, I started reading self-help books as a way to get on with my life.Once I fully accepted my own responsibility for my life, I analyzed my other passions. One of the reasons why I was so interested in singing, was for the most part, a desire for the reward that could be achieved once fame was acquired: wealth.That ultimately was the driver behind all my passions, the desire to live an extraordinary life, to possess the power that comes with financial success. Therefore, I shifted my focus into the passion to earn money, choosing to take a risk to become a headhunter, a career driven by commission, revenue generation, and sales mastery.I shifted my focus from singing to immersing myself into my sales career as a recruiter at 22. This decision changed my whole life.#5. Invest in a passion that you can create a true life off of with relatively low risk in accordance to your strengths.Since I didn’t want to work a boring 9–5 or work for 40 years before retiring, I wanted to fully maximize my sales job to take me out of poverty. I had no family money, still possessed student and car debt, and had no real skills outside of singing.The jobs I held were mostly blue collar like waitressing, bartending, landscaping, painting, helping out on simple white collar analyst jobs where I did administrative work. Through all those jobs, I slowly accumulated an advantage in one thing: communicating effectively with others.Since I had to manage difficult customers, handle a lot of stress relating to working grueling hours, and sometimes gross physical labor (cleaning out nasty oil traps, dealing with pests, etc.), I became very confident as a speaker and communicator and could tolerate tough working conditions. I knew how to sell an idea, persuade others, and interact with all types of people.I leveraged my communication skills into my recruitment job with the same dreams I possessed towards my first passion. I wanted to be world-class and famous as a recruiter. Since I worked at a global company, I reached immediate fame year one as a top rookie and my career continued to skyrocket.I went from being a broke and confused college graduate at 22 to earning over $215k yearly as a 25 year old top-biller. I became a real estate investor as a side hustle and parlayed all of my recruitment income into real estate and securities investments, eventually retiring at 28 from needing a job.#5. Continue refining your passions as your life, skillset, financial risk tolerance, and personal situation changes.If you asked me at 15 what my future would have been, I would have said something uneducated and irresponsible. In hindsight, I was much too naive and overconfident in my skills which, while good, were certainly limited. My work ethic and passion for my craft, while good, were not enough to truly be enough. Had I embarked on my journey to become a singer in China, I’m not sure where I’d be today.I’m not here to naysay against others‡ dreams, but if you’re like me when it comes to singing, and feel that others got in the way of your own success, then you probably wouldn’t have become successful at it anyways? Even if you had others‡ backing, the odds of success would have been the same. It’s not others‡ that can change your reality, it’s ourselves who are driven by our own interests and persevere in our own endeavors.For many people who reach the top of their field, they did it DESPITE others‡ naysaying. If you blame others for your lack of success, you will not only continue to fail, but also regress in your self-development.If I had truly possessed the same amount confidence to succeed I had going into recruitment, then I probably would have been able to realize my dream of becoming a singer. However, I didn’t and I still don’t. What changed was that, despite my mother’s protests on my career choice in sales, I knew I could succeed as a headhunter. For once, I found something I could not only be good at, but succeed at long-term.There are truly so many people out there better than me at singing. But in headhunting, I am in much more control and I’m now one of the top recruiters in my industry with a very distinct and sustainable competitive advantage. Best of all, since I focused on leveraging my passions in my career, I love what I do.Everyone’s passions will inevitably shift with the passage of time, aging, and also changes in family and financial demands. For instance, if I were to all of a sudden get married and have kids, my priorities and passions would change in an instant due to the demands of family life. There is no shame in pivoting and changing strategies.In ConclusionNo matter what your passions and hobbies are, you’re in control of your life trajectory. You can increase your confidence and self-belief in the direction of passions that will actually create a sustainable life for yourself, and pay you back for your investment with a strong degree of certainty.The worst is to spend your whole life going after things that have a small chance of success and end up regretting the time you wasted and the economic opportunities you missed as a result of those poor choices. That’s why self-awareness of your capability, strengths, weaknesses, and competitive attributes can help pave the way through self-introspection on what path you should take and commit to.Ultimately, when you do determine your direction leveraging your talent and passion, you have to be responsible for that decision and see it through.As they say: the only way through is through. Once you make a commitment, you can’t keep shifting every other day. Focus, hard work, and perseverance are all required to achieve self-actualization.
How many down votes does it take to cancel out an upvote?
Timothée Howland's answer to What is the ratio of downvotes to upvotes required to collapse an answer?According to this experiment of sorts, the answer was collapsed after two downvotes.That essentially means two downvotes are more powerful than a single upvote.