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GENERAL CONTRACT FOR SERVICES
This Contract (this “Contract”) is made effective as of June 17, 2013, by and between Non-Linear Pro, of Sacramento, California and Quick Takes Video of Sacramento, California. 1. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES. Beginning on June 17, 2013, Non-Linear Pro will provide to Quick Takes Video the following services (collectively, the “Services”):
Quick Takes Video will lease a Non-Linear Pro video editing system for one month. The cost will be the going rate of a regular lease. The video editing system will take 1.5 days to learn if the associates are computer savvy. A representative from Non-Linear Pro will train Quick Takes Video’s associates to ensure the most functionality possible. 2. PAYMENT. Payment shall be made to Non-Linear Pro, Sacramento, California, in the amount of $5300.00 upon executing this Contract.
In addition to any other right or remedy provided by law, if Quick Takes Video fails to pay the services when due, Non-Linear Pro has the option to treat such failure to pay as a material breach of this Contract, and may cancel this Contract and/or seek legal remedies. 3. WARRANTIES. Non-Linear Pro shall provide its services and meet its obligations under this Contract in a timely and workmanlike manner, using knowledge and recommendations for performing the services which meet generally acceptable standards in Non-Linear Pro’s community and region, and will provide a standard of care equal to, or superior to, care used by service providers similar to Non-Linear Pro on similar projects.

4. TERM. This contract may be terminated by either party upon 30 days prior written notice to the other party.

5. WORK PRODUCT OWNERSHIP. Any copyrightable works, ideas, discoveries, inventions, patents, products, or other information (collectively the “Work Product”) developed in whole or in part by Non-Linear Pro in…...

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