| Commentary

176 Right not to suffer false attribution of work

| Commentary

176 Right not to suffer false attribution of work

A person has the right not to have a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work falsely attributed to him or her as author, or a film falsely attributed to him or her as director1. The attribution may be express or implied2, and the right is infringed by any person who issues to the public copies of the work on which there is a false attribution or exhibits in public an artistic work, or copy of an artistic work, in or on which there is a false attribution3.

The right is also infringed

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