| Commentary

64.2 Copyright

| Commentary

64.2 Copyright

Copyright, in certain circumstances, protects three-dimensional articles and designs for them from unauthorised copying, provided that these articles are ‘artistic works’ as that term is defined in the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 19881. In most cases this means that the article in question must qualify as either a sculpture or a work of ‘artistic craftsmanship’2.

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