Commentary

123 Reasonable royalties in respect of revived copyright

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
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123 Reasonable royalties in respect of revived copyright

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123 Reasonable royalties in respect of revived copyright

Any acts restricted by a revived copyright1 shall be treated as licensed by the copyright owner subject only to payment of such reasonable royalty or other remuneration as may be agreed, or determined in the absence of agreement, by the Copyright Tribunal2.

Once a user gives reasonable notice to the copyright owner of his intention to exercise such a right and the proposed date he intends to begin to do so, he shall be treated as licensed even if the royalty or remuneration is not agreed or determined until

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