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Art. 29. Economic rights shall remain in force for:
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Life +100 years (effective 23 July 2003 non-retroactively)
distribution of the work, including sale or other forms of transfer of the ownership
 
  
(I) the life of the author and 75 years after his death; where the work belongs to two or more co-authors, the 75 years shall be counted as from the death of the last co-author;
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[Life + 75 years (before the law change on 23 July 2003, applicable for deaths before 23 July 1928)]
  
(II) seventy-five years following the disclosure:
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[Life + 50 years (before the law change on 1 January 1994, applicable for deaths before 1 January 1944)]
  
(a) of posthumous works, where it occurs within the term of protection referred to
 
under (I);
 
 
(b) of works made in the course of official duties performed on behalf of the
 
Federation, federated bodies or municipalities.
 
  
 
=== Sound recording ===
 
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http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/details.jsp?id=3079
 
http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/details.jsp?id=3079
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The duration of performer’s rights protection has been extended from forty-five years to seventy-five years. The duration of protection for producers of phonograms is extended from fifty years from the date of fixation of the sounds to seventy-five years and the term of protection for reproduction of a radio broadcast is extended form twenty-five years to fifty years.

Latest revision as of 14:40, 25 September 2012

Life +100 years (effective 23 July 2003 non-retroactively)

[Life + 75 years (before the law change on 23 July 2003, applicable for deaths before 23 July 1928)]

[Life + 50 years (before the law change on 1 January 1994, applicable for deaths before 1 January 1944)]


Sound recording

"The protection referred to in this Chapter shall be for 50 years following the first fixation of the sounds on the phonogram."

http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/details.jsp?id=3079

The duration of performer’s rights protection has been extended from forty-five years to seventy-five years. The duration of protection for producers of phonograms is extended from fifty years from the date of fixation of the sounds to seventy-five years and the term of protection for reproduction of a radio broadcast is extended form twenty-five years to fifty years.