We're sorry that you have decided to end your links to Maori Music Publishing.
NOTE : Unless you are a writer-member of a Performing Rights Organisation, or signing to a new label or publisher, cancelling publishing arrangements may be detrimental to your interests.
Cancelling just because your band has disbanded is also often a bad idea as royalties can continue to be earned for many years after a band has split up.
If you are certain that you have made adequate provision to replace all the benefits shown below, complete the Contract Cancellation Form and we'll see to the rest:-
BENEFITS OF BEING WITH MAORI MUSIC PUBLISHING
- Publisher with 30 years publishing experience
- Worldwide Royalty Recoveries
- No upfront fees
- 80% paid on all royalties
- Live & Broadcast royalty recoveries
- Mechanical royalty recoveries
- PPL / Neighbouring rights recoveries
- Digital royalty recoveries
- YouTube royalty recoveries
- Bonus payments for referrals
- Several advance options
- Prompt, quarterly accounting
- Music promoted for Sync use
- Non-exclusive publishing contracts
- Your copyrights retained at all times
NOTES : Completion of this form constitutes the required 28 days notice for us to remove our name and interest from all previously registered titles with PRS For Music, as outlined in our Standard Terms & Conditions, after which you will be able to administer these titles yourself or assign them to another publisher.
If you are a writer-member of another International Performing Rights Organisation you will need to make any relevant changes to any registrations yourself in order to fully re-assign all titles.