Cross Collateralization

A clause in recording and publishing agreements allowing the recording or publishing company to recoup outstanding advance balances from one album release with revenues and the next forthcoming release(s). They can also recoup in the case of a multiple rights deal (i.e., a 360 deal) from various sources such as music publishing royalties, concert fees, merchandise sales, etc.

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