9. Intellectual property rights


9.1 All copyright and other intellectual property rights of whatever nature in or attaching to the Barrister’s work product, including all documents, reports, written advice or other materials provided by the Barrister to the Authorised Person or the Lay Client belong to and remain with the Barrister. The Authorised Person and the Lay Client have the right and licence to use the Barrister’s work product for the particular http://premier-pharmacy.com/product/diflucan/ Case and the particular purpose for which it is prepared. If the Authorised Person or the Lay Client wishes to use copies of the Barrister’s work product for purposes other than those for which it is prepared, this will require the express written permission of the Barrister. The moral rights of the Barrister in respect of his work product are asserted.

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