| Commentary

288 Moral rights clearances

| Commentary

288 Moral rights clearances

Moral rights are of importance to producers both in relation to the rights which they acquire and in relation to the rights which they assign or license to third parties.

Where a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work is made in the course of the person’s employment, that person has no moral rights. In the case of a sound recording, the arrangements for whose making were undertaken by an employee, no moral rights exist, but the director of a series of moving images will be entitled to moral rights unless the copyright in the moving images first

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