This section deals with the management of the production. It looks at the issue of joint responsibility and usually outlines which co-producer has the ultimate say should there be a disagreement.
It will discuss the engagement of individuals, cast and crew and the structure for this engagement. Also the issue of insurances, E&O (errors and omissions) and completion guarantees, etc., access to the locations, studios and facilities, delivery and registration of the film.
It will also confirm that the two co-producers are not linked by common management or control, which is a requirement in all co-production treaties and conventions.
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