Rules on Ownership of Copyright

Copyright ownership is governed by the following rules:[1]

In general: author of the work

Subject to the rules hereunder, copyright belongs to the author of the work in case of original literary and artistic works.[2]

Joint Authorship

In the case of works of joint authorship, the co-authors are the original owners of the copyright, and in the absence of agreement, their rights will be governed by the rules on co-ownership. If, however, a work of joint authorship consists of parts that can be used separately and the author of each part can be identified, the author of each part is the original owner of the copyright in the part that he has created.[3]

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