| Commentary

178 Consent and waiver

| Commentary

178 Consent and waiver

It is not an infringement of any moral right to do any act to which the person entitled to the right has consented1. Any moral right may be waived by instrument in writing signed by the person giving up the right2. The waiver may relate to a specific work, to works of a specified description or to works generally, and may relate to existing or future works3. It may also be conditional or unconditional, and may be expressed to be revocable4. Unless a contrary intention is expressed, the waiver is presumed to extend to the copyright

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