Special provision is made for copyright1 in relation to the Houses of Parliament by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 19882. That Act creates a form of copyright known as 'parliamentary copyright' and it is the relevant House itself or the two Houses jointly, as the case may be, which owns or own such copyright3. For the purposes of holding, dealing with and enforcing copyright, and in connection with all legal proceedings relating to copyright, each House is treated as having the legal capacities of a body corporate,
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