| Commentary

255 The performing right

| Commentary

255 The performing right

The performing right licensed by the PRS is defined in full in its Rules. The performing right means in relation to any work, the right to perform the work in public, the right to communicate the work to the public, any analogous rights created by any future enactment and any corresponding rights which exist in other countries pursuant to copyright and related rights legislation as well as any accrued rights of action in relation to such rights. The PRS does not have the right to administer the so-called ‘grand rights’, being performances of dramatico-musical works and

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