Copyright Act, 1956 (United Kingdom)
|Copyright Act, 1956 (1956)
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Copyright Act, 1956
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
Copyright in Original Works
|1.||Nature of copyright under this Act.|
|2.||Copyright in literary, dramatic and musical works.|
|3.||Copyright in artistic works.|
|4.||Ownership of copyright in literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works.|
|5.||Infringements by importation, sale and other dealings.|
|6.||General exceptions from protection of literary, dramatic and musical works.|
|7.||Special exceptions as respects libraries and archives.|
|8.||Special exception in respect of records of musical works.|
|9.||General exceptions from protection of artistic works.|
|10.||Special exception in respect of industrial designs.|
|11.||Provisions as to anonymous and pseudonymous works, and works of joint authorship.|
|12.||Copyright in sound recordings.|
|13.||Copyright in cinematography films.|
|14.||Copyright in television broadcasts and sound broadcasts.|
|15.||Copyright in published editions of Works.|
|16.||Supplementary provisions for purposes of Part II.|
|17.||Action by owner of copyright for infringement.|
|18.||Rights of owner of copyright in respect of infringing copies, etc.|
|19.||Proceedings in case of copyright subject to exclusive licence.|
|20.||Proof of facts in copyright actions.|
|21.||Penalties and summary proceedings in respect of dealings which infringe copyright.|
|22.||Provision for restricting importation of printed copies. SCHEDULES:
First Schedule—False Registration of Industrial Designs.
Second Schedule—Duration of Copyright in Anonymous and Pseudonymous Works.
Third Schedule—Works of Joint Authorship.
Fourth Schedule—Provisions as to Performing Right Tribunal.
Fifth Schedule—Appointment of Television Copyright Organisations by British Broadcasting Corporation and Independent Television Authority.
Sixth Schedule—Amendment of Dramatic and Musical Performers' Protection Act, 1925.
Seventh Schedule—Transitional Provisions.
Eighth Schedule—Provisions of Copyright Act, 1911, and Rules, referred to in Seventh Schedule.
Ninth Schedule—Enactments Repealed.
|This work is in the public domain worldwide because the work was created by a public body of the United Kingdom with Crown Status and commercially published before 1963.|