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What kind of accounts do you have?There are the following methods for payment. [Calligraphy class] A. Cash payment B. Payment by bank transferC. PayPal payment[General customers and sole proprietors when ordering other products]A. We will send you an e-mail when the work is complete. ↓ Please make a transfer to our designated bank account. (Customers are responsible for handling fees.) ↓ We will ship the item after we confirm the payment. B.Payment in face-to-face cash at the time of direct delivery. C. Paypal Payment [For other products, corporate customers]A. We will send you an e-mail when the work is complete. ↓ Please make a transfer to our designated bank account. (Customers are responsible for handling fees.) ↓ We will ship the item after we confirm the payment. B.Payment in face-to-face cash at the time of direct delivery. C. PayPal payment< /u> D. Invoicing paymentWe use GMO Internet Group's "Freenance increase.If you are a company with a corporate address, you can make transactions by invoice. Please feel free to contact us.
What is the Luban scale?Mainly, it refers to a ruler used in feng shui to indicate good fortune.The dimensions used for architecture, buildings, and decorations (Yotaku) are called ``Monkojaku.'' The size used for burial mounds is called "Teiranjiku".The auspicious dimension, devised by a person named Lu Ban, an architect who was active in 572 BC during the Spring and Autumn period of China, is still used today.
What are moral rights?"Author's moral rights" is the right to protect the author's "honor" and "feelings towards the work". It is a right about such an emotional part, and it is a right different from "copyright" which is a right about the property value of the work. Details of moral rights of authors are stipulated in Articles 18 to 20 and Article 113, Paragraph 6 of the Copyright Act. Specifically, the following four points are important. (1) Publication right (Article 18 of the Copyright Act) It is the right of the author (writer) to decide whether to publish an unpublished work (work), the timing of publication, and the method. For example, when an author feels that he or she does not want to publish this work due to feelings of honor, etc., the right to request others not to publish their work is the right to publish. (2) Right to display name (Article 19 of the Copyright Act) It is the right of the author (writer) to decide whether to display the author's name for the work (work), and whether to display the real name if the name is displayed. For example, the right to request the artist to display his/her name when he or she thinks, ``When someone else publishes this work, I want my name to be displayed!'' is the “Right to Display Name”. (3) Right to retain integrity (Article 20 of the Copyright Act) It is the right not to modify the copyrighted work (work) without permission. For example, when an artist thinks, "I don't want others to modify my work without permission!" sexual rights.” (4) Right to prohibit use in a manner that harms reputation (Article 113, Paragraph 6 of the Copyright Law) This is the right to prohibit the use of a copyrighted work (work) in a way that harms the reputation of the author. For example, if an author does not want their work to be used in advertising for sex business, the right to prohibit such use is replaced by the right to prohibit use in a manner that harms reputation. "is.In addition, we will respond flexibly, so if you wish to change or process, please do not hesitate to contact us each time.
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