Why Music Copyrights Agreements are necessary? How do they protect the right of Music composer/writer and motion picture producer/ Video/CD/Album producer? The agreement between Music writer also known as assignor and, the motion picture producer/ Video/CD/Album producer, also known as Assignees, shows the transfers or sell of music rights including title, copyright and interest to the assignee, in exchange of certain monetary consideration, without actual royalty sharing against the use of the said music. The agreement provides free hand to the assignees for the use of the musical work and the assignor also stipulates the nature of the transfer through the agreement.The Contract has certain important features, provisions and clauses, which are binding on the both Assignor and Assignee and that include:* Contact information of the parties* Date and place* Musical right transfer clauses* Provisions for Representations and Warranties* Compensation* Type of Payments* Non Royalty sharing Provisions* Signature of both partiesThe signature of both parties on the Contract makes it legally binding on both parties and can be produced in the court of law or Copy Right Office for any claims against the copy right violations.There are various reasons, which prompts, a music writer transfer his/her musical right to the third person and these reasons can be summed up as follows:* The financial constraints* Inability to release their own songs* Desire to find larger audience for their songs* Gain popularityThus, once the ownership right to the music is transferred to the Assignee, through the contract, the transferee becomes the sole owner of the musical work. He also holds the similar rights as held by the original music writer and enjoys all responsibilities, protections and other rights of a Copyright holder. The music writer also can not lodge a claim against the music right violation, if the assignor uses part or full music to his financial or advertising purposes.