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I paid for illustrations, now they want more money for copyrights for each illustration: do I owe them this?

It sounds like you paid for a license of the work and not the copyright. According to Justia: [L]icenses allow a copyright owner to retain the rights while giving someone else a right to exercise ...
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Decide not to publish my book despite having signed a contract with the publisher?

The quoted part says nothing about the conditions of canceling the contract, it says that the contract can be made and valid in the first place; the sentence you're asking about is simply a ...
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Decide not to publish my book despite having signed a contract with the publisher?

When you ask a legal question, always state your jurisdiction. The law isn't the same everywhere on the world. Generally, if a contract contains a clause about under which circumstances one of the ...
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