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The Collective Management of Copyright (EU Directive) Regulations 2016

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation and application

  3. PART 2

    1. 3.General obligations of collective management organisations in relation to right holders

    2. 4.Particular obligations of collective management organisations in relation to right holders

    3. 5.Membership rules of collective management organisations

    4. 6.Collective management organisations and their members

    5. 7.General assembly of members of collective management organisations

    6. 8.Collective management organisations: supervisory function

    7. 9.Collective management organisations: management

    8. 10.Collection and use of rights revenue

    9. 11.Deductions

    10. 12.Distributions of amounts to right holders

    11. 13.Rights managed under representation agreements

    12. 14.Deductions and payments in representation agreements

    13. 15.Licensing

    14. 16.Users’ obligations

    15. 17.Information provided to right holders

    16. 18.Information provided to other collective management organisations

    17. 19.Information provided to right holders, other collective management organisations and users on request

    18. 20.Disclosure of information to the public

    19. 21.Annual transparency report

  4. PART 3

    1. 22.Application

    2. 23.Capacity to process multi-territorial licences

    3. 24.Transparency of multi-territorial repertoire information

    4. 25.Accuracy of multi-territorial repertoire information

    5. 26.Reporting and invoicing

    6. 27.Payment to right holders

    7. 28.Agreements between collective management organisations for multi-territorial licensing

    8. 29.Representation of other collective management organisations in relation to multi-territorial licensing

    9. 30.Access to multi-territorial licensing

  5. PART 4

    1. 31.Complaints procedure

    2. 32.Alternative dispute resolution procedures

    3. 33.Right of right holders in relation to a breach of regulation 4

    4. 34.Monitoring of compliance

    5. 35.Evidence of non-compliance

    6. 36.Power to request information

    7. 37.Compliance notice

    8. 38.Financial penalties for non-compliance

    9. 39.Financial penalties: procedure

    10. 40.Appeals

    11. 41.Recovery of a financial penalty

    12. 42.Notices

    13. 43.Computation of time

  6. PART 5

    1. 44.Amendments

    2. 45.The Copyright (Regulation of Relevant Licensing Bodies) Regulations 2014 are...

    3. 46.(1) The Copyright and Rights in Performances (Extended Collective Licensing)...

    4. 47.Transitional provisions

    5. 48.Despite the omission by these Regulations of the definitions “code...

    6. 49.Despite the revocation by these Regulations of regulations 10(2)(g) and...

    7. 50.Despite the revocation by these Regulations of regulation 14(2)(c) of...

    8. 51.Review

  7. Signature

  8. Explanatory Note

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