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Copyright and comercial use, avoid claims and sues

Hi fellas, i wanna buy a servie of illustration, and i know that if the seller have the “commercial use” benefit aviable to buyers, you get all the rights of the new ilustration.
I would like to know if fiverr has a way to proof that now you own all the rights of an ilustration that is new and not repeatet, some kind of file or document, in order to have some protection aginst claims and copyright issues.

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Please visit this article :
And this article also :

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thanks i have read those articles, i wanna know if a purchase includes this especifications in the moment you recive the ilustration and complete the payment.
For example, every purchase with commercial use has these specifications written or using the links you provided as a legal basis of fiverr

By purchasing a “Commercial Use License” with your order, the Seller grants you a perpetual, exclusive, non-transferable, worldwide license to use the purchased delivery for Permitted Commercial Purposes. All intellectual property rights of the purchased delivery are hereby assigned to you. “Permitted Commercial Purposes” means any business related use, such as (by way of example) advertising, promotion, creating web pages, integration into product, software or other business related tools etc., and strictly excludes any illegal, immoral or defamatory purpose. This License is subject to Fiverr’s Terms of Service. There is no warranty, express or implied, with the purchase of this delivery, including with respect to fitness for a particular purpose. Neither the Seller nor Fiverr will be liable for any claims, or incidental, consequential or other damages arising out of this license, the delivery or your use of the delivery.

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You get all rights unless specified otherwise by the seller in their gig description (and maybe their offer). You could check with the seller before purchasing. Also you could make sure you order a gig with the source file (where you could see how it was created) and also check online using google’s image lookup (and/or similar service) to see if the image or a similar image already exists online.