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Copyright and Trade Marks Bill [H.L.]

This is the Copyright and Trade Marks Bill [H.L.], as introduced in the House of Lords on 20th January 2000.

 

"This Bill was withdrawn after Second Reading"


 
  
Copyright and Trade Marks Bill [H.L.]
 
 
 
 
ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES

PART I
OCCASIONAL SALES
Clause 
1.Infringement of copyright at occasional sales.
2.Trade mark infringement at occasional sales.

PART II
ACTS OF IMITATION
3.Duty not to imitate features of goods or services.

PART III
SEARCH, SEIZURE AND FORFEITURE
4.Search warrants.
5.Seizure.
6.Forfeiture.

PART IV
INCREASE IN PENALTIES
7.Increase in penalties under sections 107 and 198.

PART V
DEVICES DESIGNED TO CIRCUMVENT COPY-PROTECTION
8.Offence of making etc. devices designed to circumvent copy-protection.

PART VI
MISCELLANEOUS AND SUPPLEMENTARY
9.Presumptions in case of certain offences.
10.Exclusive licensees.
11.Offences by bodies corporate.
12.Unauthorised use of trade mark etc.
13.Commencement of section 107A of 1988 Act.
14.Damages for copyright infringement.
15.Orders for preserving evidence etc.
16.Interpretation.
17.Short title, commencement and extent.
 


 
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