"NOT FOR RESALE". would that apply to charging a tax to society who are using your video spectator sport publicly?

this is RE: to my question - can you legally charge for the use of your video team game? as i got an answer saying : no, on the hindmost of cases it says... in possessions letters...

RESALE AND RENTAL ARE PROHIBITED UNLESS EXPRESSLY AUTHORISED BY SCEE
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So if that is on the back after why ask the question?? sheesh.
In your scenario, it's a copyright issue. The creator/maker of the activity can sue you for whatever money you make through rental, etc.

In other scenario, such as with food, the "Not for resale" or "Not labeled for resale" applies to the fact that the wrapping lacks the required nutritional information or some other information required on the sticky label by the Food and Drug Administration.
That would be covered by RENTAL actually. You are charging nation money to play YOUR games, doesn't matter if it is public or not, it's a RENTAL fee.


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