Release of rights/exemptions: this is essentially the core of total liberation. It is the language that says that the participant will not sue the production company. In particular, the duty exemption releases the production company and all other exempted parties from all claims, claims, deeds and liabilities related to the appearance. The participant also undertakes to defend the production company if the participant violates any of his promises made at the time of release. Collective agreement: the participant should guarantee and declare that the participant is not a member of a collective agreement that could be responsible or controlled for the production in question. In addition, the participant should consider the production company as compensable and cover any claims or funds that the production company has to pay. A claim could arise, for example, if the participant is a member of SAG-AFTRA, but says they are not unionized. However, as soon as the production company engages the participant, it would receive a claim from SAG-AFTRA which must be paid. It is a personal representation contract that is used to promote a thing or service through the use of an artist, athlete or other remarkable people. Transfer rights: the production company must have the right to grant, assign and transfer the rights to the final project (including the appearance of the participant). To this end, the contract must provide for an explicit assignment of rights that confer on the producing company any rights (including any copyright interests).