The Duration of Copyright and Rights in Performances Regulations 1995

  1. Introductory Text

  2. Part I Introductory Provisions

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Implementation of Directive, &c.

    4. 4.Scheme of the regulations

  3. Part II Amendments of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988

    1. Copyright

      1. 5.Duration of copyright in literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works

      2. 6.Duration of copyright in sound recordings and films

      3. 7.Duration of copyright in broadcasts and cable programmes

      4. 8.Meaning of country of origin

      5. 9.Treatment of film sound tracks

    2. Rights in performances

      1. 10.Duration of rights in performances

    3. Supplementary

      1. 11.Meaning of EEA national and EEA state

  4. Part III Savings and transitional provisions

    1. Introductory

      1. 12.Introductory

      2. 13.Films not protected as such

    2. Copyright

      1. 14.Copyright: interpretation

      2. 15.Duration of copyright: general saving

      3. 16.Duration of copyright: application of new provisions

      4. 17.Extended and revived copyright

      5. 18.Ownership of extended copyright

      6. 19.Ownership of revived copyright

      7. 20.Prospective ownership of extended or revived copyright

      8. 21.Extended copyright: existing licences, agreement, &c.

      9. 22.Revived copyright: exercise of moral rights

      10. 23.Revived copyright: saving for acts of exploitation when work in public domain, &c.

      11. 24.Revived copyright: use as of right subject to reasonable royalty

      12. 25.Revived copyright: application to Copyright Tribunal

      13. 26.Film sound tracks: application of new provisions

    3. Rights in performances

      1. 27.Rights in performances: interpretation

      2. 28.Duration of rights in performances: general saving

      3. 29.Duration of rights in performances: application of new provisions

      4. 30.Extended and revived performance rights

      5. 31.Entitlement to extended or revived performance rights

      6. 32.Extended performance rights: existing consents, agreement, &c.

      7. 33.Revived performance rights: saving for acts of exploitation when performance in public domain, &c.

      8. 34.Revived performance rights: use as of right subject to reasonable remuneration

      9. 35.Revived performance rights: application to Copyright Tribunal

    4. Supplementary

      1. 36.Construction of references to EEA states

  5. Signature

  6. Explanatory Note