| Commentary

151 Appeals against orders

| Commentary

151 Appeals against orders

The owner of the copyright in a work which is made the subject of an order extending a scheme or licence also has a right of appeal to the Copyright Tribunal, which may confirm or discharge the order or vary it so as to exclude works from it, as the Tribunal thinks fit having regard to the same considerations as the Secretary of State is bound to have considered in making the order1.

Where an order has been made by the Secretary of State varying, confirming or discharging the order which extends coverage of

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