| Commentary

41 China: performers’ rights and related rights

| Commentary

41 China: performers’ rights and related rights

Performers enjoy moral rights and economic rights in relation to their performances. There are two moral rights of performers, namely the right to claim performership and the right to protect the image inherent in any performance from distortion1.

There are four economic rights in relation to performances, namely2:

  1. 41.1

        the right to authorise the live broadcasting or communication to the public of a performance and receive the right to remuneration from it;

  2. 41.2

        the right to authorise the making of audio and/or audio-visual recordings of a performance and the right to receive remuneration from

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