Commentary

171 Literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
| Commentary

171 Literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works

| Commentary

171 Literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works

Where a name purporting to be that of the author appeared on copies of the work as published, or on the work when it was made, it is to be presumed until the contrary is shown that the person whose name appeared is the author of the work and that the work was not made in circumstances whereby the first ownership of copyright would vest automatically on the creation of the work in the author’s employer, the Crown, one or both of the Houses of Parliament or in an international organisation1. Where it

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