| Commentary

202 Performer’s moral right to be identified

| Commentary

202 Performer’s moral right to be identified

Whenever a person produces or puts on a qualifying performance that is given in public or broadcasts a qualifying performance live or communicates a sound recording of a qualifying performance to the public or issues copies of such a recording to the public, the performer has the right to be identified as such1.

Where a performance is given in public, the performer has the right to be identified in any printed programme accompanying the performance or in some other manner likely to bring the performer’s identity to the notice of the person seeing or

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