What is the legal definition of Royalty?

In the legal context, Royalty means (a) A payment to an author by a publisher, usually based upon a percentage of the retail price at which a book is sold. (b) A payment made by a person or company who leases oil, mineral, or natural gas rights to the owner of the land above the oil, gas, or minerals.


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