Commentary

165 Right to bring proceedings for infringement of copyright, database right and moral rights

ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA vol 15(1) commentary, music industry documentation
| Commentary

165 Right to bring proceedings for infringement of copyright, database right and moral rights

| Commentary

165 Right to bring proceedings for infringement of copyright, database right and moral rights

The owner of copyright has the right to bring proceedings in respect of infringement in order to prevent the performance of any of the restricted acts specified by statute1.

Where a licensee is entitled to exercise the rights granted under the licence to the exclusion of all other persons, including the copyright or database right owner, the exclusive licensee has the right to commence proceedings in the licensee’s own name for infringement of copyright or database right if the licence is in writing2. The licensee is required

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