Commentary

63 Copying by librarians—supply of single copies to other libraries

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
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63 Copying by librarians—supply of single copies to other libraries

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63 Copying by librarians—supply of single copies to other libraries

Subject to compliance with the prescribed conditions, a librarian may make a single copy of the whole or part of a published work and supply it to another library without infringing copyright in the work1. The prescribed conditions are as follows:

  1. 63.1

        the copy is supplied in response to a request from a library which is not conducted for profit; and

  2. 63.2

        at the time of making the copy the librarian does not know, or could not reasonably find out, the name and address of a person

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