Regulations Establishing the Period Within Which Owners of Copyright not Represented by Collective Societies Can Claim Retransmission Royalties
The owner of copyright who does not authorize a collective society to collect, for that person's benefit, the royalties referred to in paragraph 31(2)(d) of the Copyright Act and whose work is so retransmitted has a period of two years following the end of the calendar year in which the retransmission occurred to claim the royalties payable under subsection 76(1) of that Act.
These Regulations come into force on March 19, 1997.
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