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Exklusivität und Kollektivierung

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Book Series: Abhandlungen zum Urheber- und Kommunikationsrecht ISBN: 9783845270364 Year: Volume: 60 Pages: 742 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5771/9783845270364 Language: de
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Subject: Law
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Subject of this thesis is the Scandinavian ""extended collective licensing"" model (""ECL""), which allows the licensing of entire repertoires of copyrighted works to users through the extension of collective agreements to outsiders. Despite its growing popularity the extended collective license has not yet been scientifically examined in a satisfactory and exhaustive way. Against this background, based on a comprehensive analysis the nature, the structure and the relevant aspects of this legal concept are explored in more detail. Based on these findings the work centres on the question of whether and to what extent the extended collective license could be utilized as a possible solution in Germany and Europe in the near future. Just at the interface of exclusivity and collectivization the Nordic model might ensure the balance of interests in certain areas in copyright law.

Die limitierte Auflage: Rechtsfragen zeitgenössischer Fotokunst

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ISBN: 9783946054092 9783946054085 9783946054238 Year: Volume: 1 Pages: 358 DOI: 10.17885/heiup.102.127 Language: German
Publisher: Heidelberg University Publishing (heiUP)
Subject: Law
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Over the course of the past decades, photography has become one of the most popular fields of art. This development is also reflected in recent prices for some works of contemporary photography, which fetch up to several million dollars. Such price levels would be unheard of if artists were to take advantage of the opportunity to produce as many prints from the same negative as possible. On the contrary, the prevailing practice in contemporary photography is that of printing photographs in “limited editions”, with some of the most expensive photographs only existing in the low single digits. This study researches the legal implications of artists communicating limited editions to the purchasers of their art with the main question being whether such “promises of exclusivity” are legally binding and thus could be enforced by collectors e. g. in court proceedings.

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photography --- law --- urheberrecht --- fotokunst --- zivilrecht --- kunst --- fotografie --- original --- recht

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