droit de suite

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droit de suite

(French drwad sɥit)
n
(Law) a right recognized by the legislation of several member countries of the European Union whereby an artist, or his or her heirs, is entitled to a share of the price of a work of art if it is resold during the artist's lifetime or for 70 years after his or her death
[from French, literally: the right of following]
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During the hearings issues raised included the value of legislating an artists resale right for artwork, concerns around copyright ownership of state funded works and the impact of fair use and other clauses on the livelihoods of composers.
OVERVIEW OF ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Would Brexit signal the death of the artist's resale right in the UK?
It discusses issues, examples, and hypothetical situations to consider the definitions of art and intellectual property; international law, choices of law, and the international and domestic application of intellectual property; what is protected by copyright, ownership issues, requirements for copyright protection, and exceptions; associated rights related to performances, digitization, and privacy and publicity; other intellectual property rights, including moral rights, resale right and art collecting societies, traditional cultural expressions, art and fashion design, trademark law and domain names, and industrial design and works of artistic craftsmanship; and contracts and dispute resolution.
Chapters cover the nature and history of the law, development and sources, eligible subject matter, requirements for protection, ownership and transfer, civil infringement, criminal infringement, moral rights and resale right, exceptions and defenses, actions and remedies, neighboring rights, copyright administration, and international aspects.
They should get their tickets into the resale right away if they can't be bothered watching.
83) Directive 2001/84/EC, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 September 2001 on the Resale Right for the Benefit of the Author of an Original Work of Art, 2001 O.
Directive 2001/84/EC establishes a mandatory resale right for the author of a work and, after his death, for the heirs, under which subsequent sales of works of art (by galleries, at auctions, etc.
You should also know that since the Artist's Resale Right (called Droit de Suite) was introduced in the UK last year, you may also have to pay a royalty on certain works of art.
The latest right to hit the bookshelves of your friendly neighbourhood IP lawyer is the Artists Resale Right.
Bidder, in case of joint bidding in common contractor separately Oracle Gold Partner certification, Bidder, event of a joint bid to proceed entitled Engineered System resale right Bidder, in case of joint bidding in common contractor separately Oracle Master Distribution Agreement "contract and PSADD Annex, bidder, in case of joint bidding in common tenderer must individually have a certified Oracle partner GOV.
More specifically, discussion encompasses non-discrimination, free movement of goods, competition issues, and directives involving software, rental and lending rights, satellite and cable, database, resale right, and orphan works, among other topics.