Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988

Section 296ZE

[F1SCHEDULE 5AE+W+S+N.I.PERMITTED ACTS TO WHICH SECTION 296ZE APPLIES

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PART 1E+W+S+N.I.Copyright exceptions

section 29 (research and private study)

[F2section 29A (copies for text and data analysis for non-commercial research)]

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section 31A [F3(disabled persons: copies of works for personal use)”]

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section 31B [F4(making and supply of accessible copies by authorised bodies)]

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[F5section 31BA (making and supply of intermediate copies by authorised bodies)]

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[F6section 32 (illustration for instruction)]

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section 35 (recording by educational establishments of broadcasts)

[F7section 36 (copying and use of extracts of works by educational establishments)]

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[F2section 41 (copying by librarians: supply of single copies to other libraries)]

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[F2 section 42 (copying by librarians etc : replacement copies of works) ]

[F2section 42A (copying by librarians: single copies of published works)]

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[F2section 43 (copying by librarians or archivists: single copies of unpublished works)]

section 44 (copy of work required to be made as condition of export)

section 45 (Parliamentary and judicial proceedings)

section 46 (Royal Commissions and statutory inquiries)

section 47 (material open to public inspection or on official register)

section 48 (material communicated to the Crown in the course of public business)

section 49 (public records)

section 50 (acts done under statutory authority)

section 61 (recordings of folksongs)

section 68 (incidental recording for purposes of broadcast)

section 69 (recording for purposes of supervision and control of broadcasts)

section 70 (recording for purposes o

f time-shifting)

section 71 (photographs of broadcasts)

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[F10section 75 (recording of broadcast for archival purposes)]

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PART 2E+W+S+N.I.Rights in performances exceptions

[F11paragraph 1C of Schedule 2 (research and private study)][F11paragraph 1D of Schedule 2 (copies for text and data analysis for non-commercial research)][F12[F13paragraph 3A of Schedule 2 (disabled persons: copies of recordings for personal use)][F13paragraph 3B of Schedule 2 (making and supply of accessible copies by authorised bodies)] [F13paragraph 3C of Schedule 2 (making and supply of intermediate copies by authorised bodies)]paragraph 4 of Schedule 2 (illustration for instruction)] [F14paragraph 6 of Schedule 2 (recording by educational establishments of broadcasts)] [F11paragraph 6ZA of Schedule 2 (copying and use of extracts of recordings by educational establishments)][F11paragraph 6D of Schedule 2 (copying by librarians: supply of single copies to other libraries)][F11paragraph 6E of Schedule 2 (copying by librarians etc: replacement copies of   recordings)][F11paragraph 6F of Schedule 2 (copying by librarians: single copies of published   recordings)][F11paragraph 6G of Schedule 2 (copying by librarians or archivists: single copies of unpublished recordings)]paragraph 7 of Schedule 2 (copy of work required to be made as condition of export)paragraph 8 of Schedule 2 (Parliamentary and judicial proceedings) paragraph 9 of Schedule 2 (Royal Commissions and statutory inquiries) paragraph 10 of Schedule 2 (public records) paragraph 11 of Schedule 2 (acts done under statutory authority) paragraph 14 of Schedule 2 (recordings of folksongs) paragraph 16 of Schedule 2 (incidental recording for purposes of broadcast) paragraph 17 of Schedule 2 (recordings for purposes of supervision and control of broadcasts)paragraph 17A of Schedule 2 (recording for the purposes of time-shifting) paragraph 17B of Schedule 2 (photographs of broadcasts) F15... paragraph 21 of Schedule 2 (recording of broadcast for archival purposes)]

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PART 3E+W+S+N.I.Database right exceptions

regulation 20 of and Schedule 1 to the Copyright and Rights in Databases Regulations 1997 ( S.I. 1997/3032) ]