Commentary

175 Replicas and other merchandise

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

175 Replicas and other merchandise

| Commentary

175 Replicas and other merchandise

If copyright still subsists in the loaned work then should a borrowing institution wish itself, or through a third party, to produce replicas or other reproductions it will need to obtain a licence from the copyright owner1.

Licences permitting the production of merchandise using copies of the loaned work or photographs will tend to take the form of separate agreements even where the lending institution owns the copyright in the loaned work or photographs.

Where only part of the copyright work is being reproduced, for example a detail of a particular artistic work,

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