The rightful owner of Copyright and Neighboring Rights is entitled to transfer all, or part of his economic rights (the moral rights an authors possesses over his work is inalienable). Such transfer can occur under a mandate or through legal presumption, by inter vivos assignment, private contract, or by inheritance. Any act of this nature must be recorded through a public instrument, or privately in the presence of at least two third party witnesses. The owner of Copyright and Neighboring Rights may be substituted for total or partial disposal of the economic rights, by a simple, yet nonexclusive and nontransferable granting of an authorization license to use the intellectual production.