A stock-like (not micro) agency is interested in licensing some of my photos. Their contract has the following clause which sounds awfully restrictive:
“…Neither party has any right to cancel this license…”
While their FAQ claims that they will honor a cancellation "unless there are extraneous [sic] circumstances", it appears that they don't have to - and they don't need any reason to reject a cancellation request. Nor is there any procedure for cancellation of the license apart from the obvious one: trained attack lawyers.
Is this standard practice among stock libraries, and is this as crippling as it sounds?