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73 Parliamentary and judicial proceedings

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY vol 21(2) copyright
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73 Parliamentary and judicial proceedings

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4: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

73 Parliamentary and judicial proceedings

It is not an infringement of copyright to do anything for the purposes of parliamentary or judicial proceedings1 or for the purposes of a Royal Commission or statutory inquiry2. It is also not an infringement of copyright to report parliamentary or judicial proceedings3 or the proceedings of a Royal Commission or statutory inquiry held in public4 although this does not authorise the copying of a published report of the proceedings (for example, Hansard and the various law reports)5. The issue to the public of a

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