Commentary

121 Use of sound recordings in broadcasts

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
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121 Use of sound recordings in broadcasts

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121 Use of sound recordings in broadcasts

Where a person wishes to include a sound recording1 in a broadcast2 and a licence is refused by a licensing body either in its entirety or by way of limitation of needletime demanded, that person may, upon certain conditions, include the sound recording in a broadcast upon payment of a fee to be determined by the Copyright Tribunal3. An order made by the Copyright Tribunal shall be reviewed by it upon request of the person exercising his rights under these provisions although in some situations special leave of the

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