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66 Copying by librarians or archivists—single copies of unpublished works

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
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66 Copying by librarians or archivists—single copies of unpublished works

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66 Copying by librarians or archivists—single copies of unpublished works

A librarian or archivist may make and supply a single copy of the whole or part of a work without infringing copyright in the work, provided that the copy is supplied in response to a request from a person who has provided the librarian or archivist with a written declaration which includes the specified information and the librarian or archivist is not aware that the declaration is false in any material particular1. This provision does not apply if the work had been published or communicated to the public before the

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