1 Party autonomy shall allow the parties to assign individual claims under this contract to another person. It also makes it possible to transfer the full position of a party to another person who has not yet been a party to this Treaty. In essence, such a transfer is a combination of the assignment of all rights and the transfer of all obligations of the assignor to the new party. As specified in the agreement, BFKT has agreed to reimburse the fund in full the specific business tax related to the contract for the purchase and transfer of assets and revenues. 2 The transfer of the position from the contemptuous to the buyer requires an agreement between them. Since the transfer has the effect of confronting the remaining party to the contract with a new party with whom it has not concluded the contract, this transfer also requires the agreement of that party. This consent may be given in advance by that party or, for example, through a trilateral agreement, the transfer is currently made by an agreement between the contemptuous and the buyer. In some countries, the transfer of copyright is not permitted by law and only a license is possible.  In some countries, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, copyright transfer agreements must normally be in writing and signed by the person transferring the copyright. In many countries, when a worker is hired to create a copyrighted work for an employer, that employer is by default the copyright owner, so no copyright transfer agreement is required. In many countries that recognize copyright, these rights cannot be transferred and copyright transfer agreements only confer economic rights.
 (a) The Contracting Parties may agree to transfer the rights and obligations of the Treaty Disregarder from one Party (the “Contemptuous”) to another person (the “Buyer”) with the person who remains a Party (the other Party). This boils down to a fundamental discrepancy between the purpose of copyright (i.e. to grant an author/creator the full choice of distribution of works) and its application, since authors lose these rights during the transfer of copyright. These fundamental conceptual violations are underscored by the popular use of sites such as ResearchGate and Sci-Hub for illegal file sharing by academics and the general public.      In fact, a widespread and unrestricted transfer helps to advance science faster than Paywall`s articles, so the transfer of copyright does a fundamental disservice to the entire research enterprise.  It is also very counterintuitive that learned societies, such as the American Psychological Association, actively monitor and remove copyrighted content that they publish on behalf of authors,[Note 3] since this is not considered in the best interests of authors or the reuse of published research and is a sign that the copyright transfer system is counterproductive (because the original authors of everything. Control and rights over his own works). . .