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You don't have to do anything to transfer the license. You are transferring the rights to use the image to your client and they have to comply with the license terms & use restrictions. If you then wanted to use the same image for another client you'd need to license the image again.
Hope that helps.
In the Adobe Stock license terms it says that I (the designer) will be held fully responsible for how my client uses the images that I licensed. Its not feasible to keep track of how every client uses every image for every project forever. I can't control what they do after I deliver the assets and final project. What is the solution for this, if I want them to be responsible, instead of me, for their actions concerning the images I deliver to them which I licensed from Adobe Stock?
The client also needs to comply with the Terms and restrictions. If you have concerns around this, then the other option would be to have the client license the image themselves & you would have the role of contractor.
Sorry - answers are not really clear...
I did not understand to transfer rights of a image to client...is it enough to give paid infos?
Or Bild(er) und/oder Video(s) in Lizenz von Agenturname/Autorenname – stock.adobe.com on a webpage?
How do you purchase in a clients name if they are paying for ones creative cloud subscription that is in the employees/contractors name?
Please refer to https://wwwimages2.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Additional_T erms_en_US_20180605_2200.pdf (Section 3.4 a) for more information related to the licensing terms for clients use.
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