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FIRST SCHEDULE

SECOND SCHEDULE Institutions Assisting Handicapped Readers

THIRD SCHEDULE Form of Notice for Purposes of Sections 34( b ) and 105A( b )

FOURTH SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

FIFTH SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

SIXTH SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

SEVENTH SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

EIGHTH SCHEDULE Institutions Assisting Intellectually Handicapped Readers

NINTH SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

TENTH  SCHEDULE Copyright Act (Chapter 63)

Legislative History

 
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THIRD SCHEDULE
Form of Notice for Purposes of
Sections 34(b) and 105A(b)
Copyright Act
(Chapter 63)
Copyright Regulations

Warning

A copyright owner is entitled to take legal action against a person who infringes his copyright. Unless otherwise permitted by the Copyright Act, unauthorised copying of a work in which copyright subsists may infringe the copyright in that work.
Where making a copy of a work is a fair dealing under section 35 of the Copyright Act, making that copy is not an infringement of the copyright in the work. Where making a copy of an audio-visual item is a fair dealing under section 109 of the Copyright Act, making that copy is not an infringement of the copyright in the item or in any work or other audio-visual item included in the item.
It is a fair dealing to make a copy, for the purpose of research or study, of one or more articles on the same subject-matter in a periodical publication or, in the case of any other work, of a reasonable portion of a work. In the case of a published work that is not less than 10 pages and is not an artistic work, 10% of the total number of pages, or one chapter, is a reasonable portion. In the case of an electronic version of a published work that is not divided into pages and is not an artistic work, each of the following is a reasonable portion:
(a)
10% of the total number of bytes in that edition;
(b)
10% of the total number of words in that edition or, where it is not practicable to use the total number of words as a measure, 10% of the contents of that edition; or
(c)
one chapter of the work.
More extensive copying may also constitute a fair dealing. To determine whether it does, it is necessary to have regard to the criteria set out in sections 35 and 109 of the Copyright Act.