Sebastian's Possession |•| PM`Series 1
Sebastian's Possession |•| PM`Series 1
Author: prettebry
Author's Note/ Disclaimer and Copyrights

Author's Note

Welcome to my first ever book the "Sebastian's Possesion |•| PM'Series 1" or also known as "My Heiress Secretary" before. 

Let me start by saying, thank you for taking the time to give Audrey's and Sebastian's story a read. I hope you enjoy it.

GoodNovel writers, like my self, rely on the feedback we get from our readers as a sign of encouragement, and there are several easy ways you can do that. If you happen to enjoy the story and want to share it with others, please leave a review and add it to one of your public reading lists. And also comments are welcomed to everyone! Just make sure you will not use any swearing words that can hurt others. So please treat each other kindly, take others into into consideration, and if you are questioning what you are about to write, then do not post it. This does not mean you can't point out any mistakes that the author made or if there is something that is bothering you about the story. In fact, I am encouraging those of you who have any concerns about my story to approach me privately and not post it on public. 

I put so much effort in writing this novel so I hope that you will take your time in reading this and your reviews are much appreciated ( not pressuring you ). 

Enjoy and Much Love! 

Your author:

prettebry

|•| KEYWORDS |•|

 Ate ~> some of it does not pronounced like the past tense of 'eat'. It is pronounced as 'Ah-ti' meaning an older sister [ Filipino people would call their older sister that name ]

Jusko dai ~> an expression of the cebuano people when shocked.

|•| DISCLAIMER |•|

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents are the products of imagination. Any resemblance to actual people, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

No part of this story may be reproduced, or transmitted in any form by any means, electronics, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or by information storage and any retrieval system without the permission of the author.

I do not tolerate PLAGIARISM.

The whole part of this story was owned by the author only.

This is made for the readers who wants to read this story or who will love the story. If you do not like it, it is okay. I am not perfect and we all have our own taste. Just do not make any moves or decisions that could reflect yourself.

Happy Reading!

|•| COPYRIGHTS |•|

What is a copyright?

A copyright is the lawful insurance reached out to the proprietor of the rights in a unique work.[1] Unique work alludes to each creation in the scholarly, logical, and aesthetic domains.[The Protected innovation Office (IPOPHL) is the main organization answerable for taking care of the enlistment and compromise of licensed innovation rights and to implement the copyright laws.[2] IPOPHL was made by righteousness of Republic Act No. 8293 or the Licensed innovation Code of the Philippines which produced results on January 1, 1998, under the administration of Fidel V. Ramos.[3] 

In the Protected innovation (IP) Code of the Philippines, scholarly and imaginative works incorporate books, compositions, melodic works, movies, canvases, and different works including PC programs.[1] 

Works are made on the sole certainty of their very creation - paying little heed to their mode or type of articulation just as their substance, the nature of said content, and purpose.[1]

According to 

REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8293, Section 2 - It shall protect and secure the exclusive rights of scientists, inventors, artists and other gifted citizens to their intellectual property and creations, particularly when beneficial to the people, for such periods as provided in this Act.

Who are considered owners of the copyrightable works?

The owners of original literary and artistic works are:

1.) The author of the work;

2.) If the work is of joint ownership:

•The co-authors are the original owners and in the absence of agreement, their rights shall be governed by the rules on co-ownership.

•The author of each part is the owner of such part he/she created, if the work consists of parts that can be used separately and the author of each part can be identified.

3.) If the work is created in the course of employment:

•Employee is the owner, if the work created is not part of employee’s regular duties even if he uses the time, facilities and materials of the employer;

•Employer is the owner, if the work created is the result of the performance of employee’s regularly-assigned duties, unless otherwise agreed upon.

4.) If the work was commissioned, the one who commissioned the work jointly owns it with the author/creator – but the copyright of the work remains with author/creator, unless otherwise agreed upon;

5.) In the case of audio-visual work, the copyright belongs to the producer, the author of the scenario, the music composer, the film director, and the author of the work adapted. However, unless otherwise agreed upon among the creators, the producer has the right to exercise copyright to the extent required for the exhibition of the work in any manner, except for the right to collect license fees for the performance of musical compositions, with or without words, which are incorporated into the work.

6.) With respect to letters, the copyright belongs to the writer subject to the following:

•Letters and other private communications in writing are owned by the person to whom they are addressed and delivered, but the same cannot be published or disseminated without the consent of the writer or his heirs.

•However, the court may authorize the publication or dissemination if the public goods or the interest of justice so requires.

Can the author or creator waive or transfer copyright?

Yes, the author/creator of any work can waive or transfer copyright on his/her work in favor of a corporation or another individual.

Punishments:

Under Philippine law, copyright infringement is punishable by the following: Imprisonment of between 1 to 3 years and a fine of between 50,000 to 150,000 pesos for the first offense. Imprisonment of 3 years and 1 day to six years plus a fine of between 150,000 to 500,000 pesos for the 

offense.

|•| INFORMATION SOURCES |•|

~• https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_the_Philippines

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http://www.federislaw.com.ph/faqs-resources/copyright/

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_law_of_the_Philippines

|•| CAUTION |•|

• this story contains slightly mature content and strong language. It is not applicable to those who aged under 18. 

 • the other language in this book was just translated from the Google translator so I am sorry if it is wrong. I just added a language based of the lead characters nationality.

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