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Transfer of Ownership
(1) The ownership of a copyright may be transferred in whole or in part by any means of
conveyance or by operation of law, and may be bequeathed by will or pass as personal
property by the applicable laws of intestate succession.
(2) Any of the exclusive rights comprised in a copyright, including any subdivision of any of the rights
 transferred as provided by clause
(1) and owned separately. The owner of any particular exclusive right is entitled,
to the extent of that right, to all of the protection and remedies accorded to the copyright owner by this title
Most Recent  Copyright Laws  in the United States.
While a copyright holder holds the exclusive rights to control and exploit the copyrighted material, he/she may
transfer those rights to a third party by way of an assignment. A copyright assignment  places the transferee
 in the shoes of the original copyright holder, so that the transferee enjoys all of the rights, protections
 and responsibilities of a copyright holder.
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While a copyright holder holds the exclusive rights to control and exploit the copyrighted material, he/she may
jointly share (separately) those rights to one or more third parties by way of a joint assignment. A copyright joint assignment
places all parties in the shoes of the original copyright holder, so that the each party enjoys all of the rights, protections
 and responsibilities of the original copyright holder.
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