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    As far as I know (and for Belgium), am I the only copyright holder of all the works I make. Even in commission, the art work's copyright stays mine unless agreed upon differently. With using other people's work, for instance a photo or a logo, I officially need permission to use it for that project. I usually differ here between a commercial commission (for stores, businesses) and private commissions. For the commercial ones you bet I will ask for permission, mostly via the business that gives out the commission. It goes something like this: "That logo is copyright protected, am I allowed to use that without any legal consequences?" Answer (99.9%): "Yeah sure. You do that, under my responsibility, eventhough I am not sure if it is allowed." Then again: I am not a lawyer, but an ordinary painter with a flamboyant way of expressing. My roots tell me not to bother, my wallet states otherwise. It's a very unclear business. I understand all the photography, the biting by newbies, even the shameless taking of names, but when a company crammed with high-end lawyers just do that, they will end up on top. They have more dough.

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