May I license an asset once I purchase its Royalty Stream?

May I license an asset once I purchase its Royalty Stream?

The answer to this question depends on the purchase. An investor who owns only the rights to the royalty revenue generated by an asset and does not own the asset itself, nor owns the rights to license the asset, will not be able to license the asset for further use. However, full ownership of an asset will occasionally be posted for auction, in which case an investor may license the asset as desired.
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      Each listing will explicitly state the length of investment for the royalty stream at auction. There are many types of royalties for many different assets, so lengths of ownership vary.
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      SongVest can sell any type of music royalty stream.
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      This is totally up to you! You can sell any percentage of your royalty stream. The options are almost limitless! SongVest will work with you on your ideal auction and how best to present your royalties.
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      SongVest offers the opportunity to purchase future royalty revenue generated by music. Details about the royalty stream you are purchasing and the asset which generates it will be available in the auction listing you are viewing. Simply click ...