The article examines the legal consequences of parallel licensing - licensor granting identical or partially identical in content licenses to different persons, one of which is exclusive. The author identifies a number of problems that do not have an unambiguous solution from the point of view of the current legislation, judicial practice, doctrine, formulates and analyzes possible solutions.
The article addresses, following the court ruling of the French jurisdiction, the possible legal reasoning that could enlarge the interpretation of private property rights as regards the capture and use of the images of a property by third parties. The cases viewed in the article also help to delimitate the line between the classical property rights, personal rights and the rights in the intellectual property. French legal reasoning could be helpful for Russian lawyers in similar disputes.