Moral Rights

In addition to his economic rights or a grant of an assignment with respect to such right, the author of a work also has the following moral rights:[1]

  • To require that the authorship of the works be attributed to him, in particular, the right that his name, as far as practicable, be indicated in a prominent way on the copies, and in connection with the public use of his work;[2]
  • To make any alterations of his work prior to, or to withhold it from publication;[3]

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