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Lennie Little-White

Published:Tuesday | November 11, 2014 | 11:38 PM

Essentially, the intellectual property rights and Outameni brand are owned by a Canada-based company, Barefoot Princess Incorporated Toronto.

The name, the logo, concepts, and the scripts, are all copyrighted, the acting MD said.

Prior to the sale, Orange Valley Holding staged the dramatisations under a five-year licence from Barefoot Princess, which owns the to the performance rights. Barefoot essentially provided the actors and music.

Lennie Little-White declined comment when pressed on the relationship between Outameni and Barefoot Princess on Tuesday.

But Little-White declared: "NHT did not buy the Outameni concept, they did not buy the name, they did not buy the chattels, they did not buy the copyright.

"They ... bought the land and the buildings," he said.