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One creator who produced a work with another person now has problems with the co-creator; can the use of the work be prevented?

​The Intellectual Property Act establishes that the rights over a work that is the combined result of collaboration by multiple creators corresponds to all of them jointly. Once the work has been disseminated, co-authors cannot unjustifiably refuse to give their consent for the exploitation of the work in the manner in which it was disseminated.

Finally, in this kind of works known as "collaborative works", depending on the terms agreed between the co-authors, they can each exploit their respective contributions separately except where this is detrimental to their joint exploitation.