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AMIN Legal Pack

Published: 28 June 2024
The AMIN Legal Pack – Helping you navigate the legal side of music

Understanding the legal side of your music project is crucial for professionalising your practice. It can be overwhelming and confusing, but you don’t have to navigate it alone. The AMIN Legal pack , developed in partnership with APRA AMCOS and Arts Law Australia, is your support system. It provides factsheets, checklists, and various music agreements, including band partnerships, publishing agreements, synchronisation licences, producer agreements, and much more, offering you the guidance you need to manage your legal aspects effectively. 

The legal pack is designed to provide guidance and support through a factsheet and checklist for each agreement and licence. These resources will equip you to have informed discussions with collaborators, musicians, producers, and distributors, and provide you with the necessary information to negotiate contracts. It’s important to note that this pack does not contain ready-made legal agreements and licences, as these should be tailored to your specific needs. 

For further legal help, we recommend reaching out to Arts Law and taking advantage of their exceptional legal services for artists. To make the most of this opportunity, we advise you to use these resources to prepare information and questions before meeting with a lawyer. This preparation will give you the confidence to have productive discussions about your legal needs.

Take advantage of this valuable resource. Download the legal pack now to start professionalising your music practice.


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