3C. (1) An authorized body that is entitled to have one. The powers that may be exercised as a result of the Competition Report patents, designs, copyrights and trademarks (Emergency) Act 1939 (c.107). . (b) take appropriate measures to prevent the reproduction, dissemination, dissemination, public dissemination or making available to the public of accessible copies, 3D. 1. A person referred to in paragraph 2 may .. . . .
. . 3.(1) Section 17 of the Patent Act 1977 (preliminary examination. 184. Infringement of the rights of the performer by unlawful importation, possession or processing of recording. 190. Jurisdiction of the Tribunal to give its consent, in certain cases, on behalf of the performer. 3B.1. If (a) an authorised body has legitimate access to .. 114. Provision of the Copying Ordinance that violates the right or any other section. 206.
Permitted countries, individuals and persons. . . . 21.§ 8 of the 1956 Act (statutory copying licence. 189. Authorized acts, regardless of the rights conferred by this chapter. Accordingly, the corresponding exemption from copyright should be extended by the fact that passages of works can be made available to students by e-mail or ELV without infringing copyright.17 However, rightholders have a legitimate interest in this area, so such a derogation should not have effect where a licensing system exists.18 Recommendation 2: Allow training arrangements: to cover distance learning and interactive whiteboards until 2008 by amending sections 35 and 36 of the CDPA. . .