Performer’s Right under Copyright Act 1957

The rights of performers, record producers and broadcasting organisations are referred to as neighboring rights because they have developed in parallel with copyright, and the exercise of these rights
The rights of performers, record producers and broadcasting organisations are referred to as neighboring rights because they have developed in parallel with copyright, and the exercise of these rights
Performer's Right under Copyright law

The rights of performers, record producers and broadcasting organisations are referred to as neighboring rights because they have developed in parallel with copyright, and the exercise of these rights


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