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Rule Chapter 4 Section 11 -The Copyright Act, 1957

The Copyright Act, 1957



11. Cancellation of licence –


The Copyright Board may, after giving the licensee an opportunity of being beard, cancel the licence on any of the following grounds, namely:-


(a) That the licensee has failed to produce and publish the translation within the time specified in the licence or within the time extended on the application of the licensee;


(b) That the licence was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation as to any essential fact;


(c) That the licensee contravened any of the terms and conditions of the licnece.


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