Commentary

184 Rights conferred on performers and persons having recording rights

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

184 Rights conferred on performers and persons having recording rights

| Commentary

184 Rights conferred on performers and persons having recording rights

The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 conferred rights on performers and on persons having recording rights in relation to performances1. The consent of a performer is required in relation to the recording of their performances, the copying of any such recording, the issue of copies of any such recording to the public, the rental or lending of copies of any such recording to the public and the making available to the public of any such recording2.

The Act conferred economic rights on performers3. In addition to the above economic rights,

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