|German to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Law: Contract(s)
|German term or phrase: Requisiten|
|I know that Requisiten can be 'theatre props' but could it mean any thing else in this context??|
Text is taken from a contract for consulting services between a PR company and a client. In the section relating to copyrights it says:
Das Eigentum an allen Materialien – wie z. B. Texten, Entwürfen, Fotokopien, ****Requisiten****, Vorlagen, Kopien, Mustern, Modellen oder sonstigen Ausarbeitungen in textlicher, bildlicher oder datentechnisch gespeicherter Form, die von Firma XXX oder einem von ihr beauftragten Dritten in Erfüllung dieses Vertrages hergestellt wurden, geht im Zeitpunkt ihrer Herstellung unmittelbar nach Erlangung des Eigentums durch Firma XXX nach vollständiger Bezahlung auf den über
I'm pretty sure they mean mockups in the way this list is (text, drafts, copies....). There are also so called "ad props", but the term itself somehow stands out as strange in English in this list.
Our mock-up packaging and photography props are mainly for Advertising Agencies from their artwork supplied, we can produce everyday packaging and products used nation and world wide. They are usually pre-press covering several styles and colours before final approval. This allows their clients to actually see and hold as near as a finished product. Once approved clients can feel more confident when having up to several 100,000 printed. They can range from tins, tubs boxes & bags using digital prints, coloured & metallic vinyls and if required rubdowns.
They can then be finished in a matt, satin or hi-gloss laminates. The photography props and models are little more specific and specialised, they are usually a 1off for a single shot or TV commercial rather than editing something digitally which can need the photographers approval.
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|Thank you Susie|
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I don't see why this shouldn't be props in this instance, too. They mention them just to cover all the bases from a contractual point of view.
| Steffen Walter|
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