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Sec 39, Copyright Act 1957: Acts not infringing broadcast reproduction right

Section 39 (Acts not infringing broadcast reproduction right or performer’s right) under Chapter VIII (Rights of Broadcasting Organisation and of Performers) of the Copyright Act 1957

❝No broadcast reproduction right or performer's right shall be deemed to be infringed by—

(a) the making of any sound recording or visual recording for the private use of the person making such recording, or solely for purposes of bona fide teaching or research; or

(b) the use, consistent with fair dealing, of excerpts of a performance or of a broadcast in the reporting of current events or for bona fide review, teaching or research; or

(c) such other acts, with any necessary adaptations and modifications, which do not constitute infringement of copyright under section 52.❞



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Notes:

Section 39 of the Copyright Act 1957 was :
- substituted by the Copyright (Amendment) Act 1994 (No. 38 of 1994), sec. 15, w.e.f. 10-May-1995.

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