Applications to Tribunal for determination of remuneration payable to owner of copyright for copies made under statutory licence
—(1) This section shall apply where application is made to a Tribunal under section 52(11) or (11C), 54(10) or 54A(7) for the determination of an equitable remuneration to be paid to the owner of the copyright in a work for the making of copies, of a handicapped reader’s copy or of an intellectually handicapped reader’s copy, as the case requires, of the whole or of a part of that work.
(2) The parties to an application in relation to which this section applies are —
the owner of the copyright in a work; and
the body by which, or on behalf of which, the copies, the handicapped reader’s copy or the intellectually handicapped reader’s copy referred to in subsection (1) were or was made.
(3) Where an application in relation to which this section applies is made to a Tribunal, the Tribunal shall consider the application and, after giving the parties to the application opportunities of presenting their cases —
shall make an order determining the amount that it considers to be equitable remuneration to the owner of the copyright for the making of the copies or, of the handicapped reader’s copy or of the intellectually handicapped reader’s copy, as the case requires; and
may, subject to the regulations, make such order as to costs as the Tribunal thinks fit.
(4) Where a Tribunal makes, under subsection (3), an order that one party to an application pay an amount by way of costs to the other party to the application, the first-mentioned party shall pay that amount to the other party and, in default of payment, the first-mentioned party may recover that amount from the other party in a court of competent jurisdiction as a debt due to him.