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Number 19 of 2019

Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act, 2019

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COPYRIGHT AND OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW PROVISIONS ACT 2019

CONTENTS

PART 1

PRELIMINARY AND GENERAL

Section

1. Short title, collective citations and commencement

2. Repeals

PART 2

AMENDMENT OF COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS ACT 2000

CHAPTER 1

Definition

3. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Court access for intellectual property claims, copyright exceptions and digital deposit of copyright works, etc.

4. Amendment of section 2 of Principal Act

5. Provisions supplementary to definition of “broadcast”

6. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 16A and 16B

7. Amendment of section 21 of Principal Act

8. Amendment of section 24 of Principal Act

9. Transitional provisions for section 31A

10. Making available of work not previously made available

11. Amendment of section 37 of Principal Act

12. Amendment of section 51 of Principal Act

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13. Amendment of section 52 of Principal Act

14. Text and data mining for non-commercial research

15. Amendment of Principal Act - substitution of section 57

16. Amendment of section 59 of Principal Act

17. Amendment of section 66 of Principal Act

18. Format shifting by librarians or archivists

19. Fair dealing by librarians and archivists

20. Amendment of section 70 of Principal Act

21. Transitional provisions for section 78B

22. Use of notes or recordings of spoken words in certain cases

23. Amendment of section 94 of Principal Act

24. Amendment of section 99 of Principal Act

25. Definitions - sections 103A to 104B

26. Amendment of section 104 of Principal Act

27. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 104A and 104B

28. Amendment of section 173 of Principal Act

29. Amendment of section 198 of Principal Act

30. Fair dealing with performances, etc.

31. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 225A to 225D

32. Amendment of section 233 of Principal Act

33. Fair dealing by librarians and archivists

34. Amendment of section 370 of Principal Act

35. Rights protection measures and permitted acts

36. Amendment of section 375 of Principal Act

37. Amendment of section 376 of Principal Act

38. Certain acts infringe rights of rightsowner of rights management information

39. Amendment of First Schedule to Principal Act

CHAPTER 3

Consequential amendments

40. Amendment of section 77 of The Courts of Justice Act 1924

41. Amendment of Third Schedule to Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961

42. Amendment of Patents Act 1992

43. Amendment of section 2 of Trade Marks Act 1996

44. Amendment of section 2 of Industrial Designs Act 2001

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CHAPTER 4

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education and fines

45. Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education

46. Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to fines

PART 3

AMENDMENT OF PATENTS ACT 1992 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

47. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to courts

48. Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1992

49. Amendment of section 38 of Act of 1992

50. Amendment of section 45 of Act of 1992

51. Amendment of section 46 of Act of 1992

52. Amendment of section 47 of Act of 1992

53. Amendment of section 49 of Act of 1992

54. Amendment of section 50 of Act of 1992

55. Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1992

56. Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1992

57. Amendment of section 53 of Act of 1992

58. Amendment of section 54 of Act of 1992

59. Amendment of section 56 of Act of 1992

60. Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1992

61. Amendment of section 59 of Act of 1992

62. Amendment of section 62 of Act of 1992

63. Amendment of section 66 of Act of 1992

64. Amendment of section 74 of Act of 1992

65. Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1992

66. Amendment of section 81 of Act of 1992

67. Amendment of section 82 of Act of 1992

68. Amendment of section 86 of Act of 1992

69. Amendment of section 91 of Act of 1992

70. Amendment of section 92 of Act of 1992

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71. Amendment of section 95 of Act of 1992

72. Amendment of section 96 of Act of 1992

73. Amendment of section 101 of Act of 1992

74. Amendment of section 106 of Act of 1992

75. Amendment of section 108 of Act of 1992

76. Amendment of section 119 of Act of 1992

77. Amendment of section 121 of Act of 1992

78. Amendment of section 123 of Act of 1992

79. Amendment of section 124 of Act of 1992

80. Amendment of section 130 of Act of 1992

81. Amendment of section 131 of Act of 1992

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

82. Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

PART 4

AMENDMENT OF TRADE MARKS ACT 1996 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

83. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to courts

84. Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1996

85. Amendment of section 19 of Act of 1996

86. Amendment of section 20 of Act of 1996

87. Amendment of section 23 of Act of 1996

88. Amendment of section 24 of Act of 1996

89. Amendment of section 29 of Act of 1996

90. Amendment of section 34 of Act of 1996

91. Amendment of section 36 of Act of 1996

92. Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1996

93. Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1996

94. Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1996

95. Amendment of section 65 of Act of 1996

96. Amendment of section 67 of Act of 1996

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97. Amendment of section 72 of Act of 1996

98. Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1996

99. Amendment of section 78 of Act of 1996

100. Amendment of section 79 of Act of 1996

101. Amendment of section 80 of Act of 1996

102. Amendment of section 85 of Act of 1996

103. Amendment of section 88 of Act of 1996

104. Amendment of section 97 of Act of 1996

105. Amendment of First Schedule to Act of 1996

106. Amendment of Second Schedule to Act of 1996

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

107. Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

PART 5

DIGITAL LEGAL DEPOSIT SCHEME

108. Digital legal deposit scheme

SCHEDULE 1

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO EDUCATION

SCHEDULE 2

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO FINES

SCHEDULE 3

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1992 IN RELATION TO FINES

SCHEDULE 4

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1996 IN RELATION TO FINES

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ACTS REFERRED TO

Competition Act 2002 (No. 14)

Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 (No. 28)

Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 and 2007

Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 (No. 39)

Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2015

Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2014

Disability Act 2005 (No. 14)

Industrial Designs Act 2001 (No. 39)

Patents Act 1992 (No. 1)

Patents Acts 1992 to 2017

Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 (No. 28)

The Courts of Justice Act 1924 (No. 10)

Trade Marks Act 1996 (No. 6)

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An Act to amend the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 to take account of certain recommendations for amendments to that Act contained in the Report of the Copyright Review Committee entitled “Modernising Copyright” published by that Committee in October 2013 and also to take account of certain exceptions to copyright permitted by Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 20011

on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society; to make certain other amendments to that Act, including amendments in relation to references in that Act to education and fines; to make consequential amendments to The Courts of Justice Act 1924, the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961, the Patents Act 1992, the Trade Marks Act 1996 and the Industrial Designs Act 2001; to make a certain amendment to the Patents Act 1992; to make amendments to the Patents Act 1992 and the Trade Marks Act 1996 in relation to references in those Acts to courts and fines; and to provide for related matters. [26th June, 2019]

Be it enacted by the Oireachtas as follows:

PART 1

PRELIMINARY AND GENERAL

Short title, collective citations and commencement 1. (1) This Act may be cited as the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law

Provisions Act 2019.

(2) The Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2014 and section 40 may be cited together as the Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2019.

(3) The Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2015 and section 41 may be cited together as the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2019.

(4) The Patents Acts 1992 to 2017, section 42, Part 3 and Schedule 3 may be cited together as the Patents Acts 1992 to 2019.

1 OJ No. L 167, 22.6.2001, p.10

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(5) The Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 and 2007, Part 2 and Schedules 1 and 2 may be cited together as the Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 to 2019.

(6) Subject to subsection (7), this Act shall come into operation on such day or days as the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation may by order or orders appoint either generally or with reference to any particular purpose or provision and different days may be so appointed for different purposes or provisions.

(7) Sections 2(1), 9 and 21 shall come into operation on the date that is 6 months from the passing of this Act.

Repeals 2. (1) Sections 31A and 78B of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 are repealed.

(2) Section 96 of the Trade Marks Act 1996 is repealed.

PART 2

AMENDMENT OF COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS ACT 2000

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 3. In this Part and Schedules 1 and 2, “Principal Act” means the Copyright and Related

Rights Act 2000.

CHAPTER 2

Court access for intellectual property claims, copyright exceptions and digital deposit of copyright works, etc.

Amendment of section 2 of Principal Act 4. Section 2 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “broadcast”:

“ ‘broadcast’ means an electronic transmission of sounds, images or data, or any combination or representation thereof, for direct public reception or for presentation to members of the public;”,

(b) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

(c) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “disability”:

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“ ‘disability’ has the meaning assigned to it in section 2 of the Disability Act 2005;”,

(d) in the definition of “educational establishment”—

(i) in paragraph (b), by the substitution of “applies,” for “applies, and”, and

(ii) by the insertion of the following paragraph after paragraph (b):

“(ba) any relevant provider within the meaning of section 2 of the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012, and”,

and

(e) by the insertion of the following definitions:

“ ‘education’ means instruction, lectures, study, research, teaching or training either in an educational establishment or by any person acting under the authority of an educational establishment, and includes all activities necessary or expedient or ancillary to such a programme, and ‘educational purposes’ shall be construed accordingly;

‘electronic transmission’ means a specified transmission through the Internet, a transmission by wireless means and a transmission prescribed for the purposes of this definition, but does not include—

(a) a transmission by means of MMDS, or

(b) a digital terrestrial retransmission;

‘excluded data information’, means—

(a) a computer program (whether in whole or in part), or

(b) a program source code of a website;

‘intellectual property claim’ means—

(a) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Patents Act 1992 other than an application under section 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 59, 74, 86, 91, 96, 108, 123 or 124 of that Act,

(b) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Trade Marks Act 1996 other than an application under section 25, 51, 52, 57, 65, 67, 72, 77, 78, 79, 85(5), 88 or 97 of that Act, or under paragraph 14(3) of the Second Schedule to that Act in so far as that paragraph relates to an application under section 51 of that Act,

(c) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under this Act other than an application under section 133, 143, 170, 256, 257, 261, 299B, 366 or 367, or

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(d) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 other than an application under section 33, 34, 35, 62, 70, 81, 84 or 86 of that Act;

‘rights identifying information’, in relation to a work, means data information (other than excluded data information) about the work, including digital data (whether or not it is incorporated within the work or is otherwise associated with it) that provides information about—

(a) the authorship, condition, content, context, origin, ownership, provenance, quality or structure of the work,

(b) rights pertaining to or associated with the work, or

(c) matters similar to any matter which falls within paragraph (a) or (b);

‘specified transmission through the Internet’ means—

(a) a transmission taking place simultaneously through the Internet and by other means,

(b) a concurrent transmission of a live event, or

(c) a transmission of recorded moving images or sounds, or both, forming part of a programme service offered by the person responsible for making the transmission, being a service in which programmes are transmitted at scheduled times determined by that person;”.

Provisions supplementary to definition of “broadcast” 5. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 2:

“2A. The definition of ‘broadcast’ shall not be construed to prejudice the exclusive right under this Act of a person to make a work available by means of a broadcast of the work.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 16A and 16B 6. The Principal Act is amended in Part 1, by the insertion of the following sections after

section 16:

“Circuit Court 16A. The Circuit Court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine

intellectual property claims.

District Court 16B. (1) The District Court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine

intellectual property claims.

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(2) The District Court in which such a claim shall be heard is the District Court Area in which the defendant concerned ordinarily resides or carries on any business, trade or profession.”.

Amendment of section 21 of Principal Act 7. Section 21 of the Principal Act is amended in paragraph (b), by the insertion of

“(including the soundtrack accompanying the film)” after “film”.

Amendment of section 24 of Principal Act 8. Section 24 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) The copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work, or an original database, shall expire 70 years after the death of the author irrespective of—

(a) the date (if any) on which the work is first lawfully made available to the public, or

(b) whether the work is ever lawfully made available to the public.”.

Transitional provisions for section 31A 9. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 31A:

“31B. (1)An act to which subsection (2) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in a design registered under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 if—

(a) that act is done pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date, and

(b) that act, if it were done immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 31A, have been such an infringement.

(2) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to a design referred to in subsection (1), during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the copying of the design;

(b) the provision of means for making a copy of the design;

(c) the importation into the State of a copy of the design.

(3) An act to which subsection (4) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in a design registered under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 if that act, if it were done on the day immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 31A, have been such an infringement.

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(4) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to a design referred to in subsection (3), during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the issuing or selling, or renting or lending, to the public of a copy of the design that was made in, or imported into, the State—

(i) before the relevant date, or

(ii) during that 6 months period pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date;

(b) the communication to the public of that design in connection with anything done in reliance on paragraph (a).

(5) In this section, ‘relevant date’ means the date referred to in section 1(7) of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019.”.

Making available of work not previously made available 10. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 34:

“34. (1) Subject to subsection (2), any person who, after the expiration of the copyright in a work, lawfully makes available to the public for the first time a work which was not previously so made available, shall benefit from rights equivalent to the rights of an author (other than the moral rights) for 25 years from the date on which the work is first lawfully made available to the public.

(2) A work is not lawfully made available to the public by a person for the purposes of subsection (1) if the person has made the work available to the public without first obtaining the express consent of the owner of the physical medium in which the work is embodied, or on which the work is recorded, to do so.”.

Amendment of section 37 of Principal Act 11. Section 37 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (3):

“(3) For the purposes of any reference in this Act to the undertaking of an act restricted by the copyright in a work—

(a) ‘work’ shall be construed as a reference to—

(i) the work as a whole,

(ii) any substantial part of the work, or

(iii) rights identifying information embedded or otherwise incorporated in the work,

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and

(b) the undertaking of an act indirectly, as well as directly, shall be taken to be included in such reference.”.

Amendment of section 51 of Principal Act 12. Section 51 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) by the substitution of the following subsections for subsection (2):

“(2) It is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part if a copy of a work (other than a photograph) on current economic, political or religious matters or similar matters is made by a media business (within the meaning of section 28A(1) of the Competition Act 2002) and communicated by the media business to the public if—

(a) such use is not expressly reserved, and

(b) the copy and communication are accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2A) Where a copy which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under subsection (2) but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.”,

and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “this Act” for “this Part”.

Amendment of section 52 of Principal Act 13. Section 52 of the Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following subsection:

“(5) Fair dealing with a work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche shall not infringe the copyright in that work.”.

Text and data mining for non-commercial research 14. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 53:

“53A. (1) Subject to subsection (3), the making of a copy of a work by a person who has lawful access to the work does not infringe copyright in the work where the copy is—

(a) made in order that the person may carry out a computational analysis of anything in the work for the sole purpose of research for a non-commercial purpose, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

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(2) A copy made under subsection (1) of a work which was, at the time when the copy was made, available without a restriction as to its access does not infringe copyright, and whether or not that work continues to be so available after that time.

(3) Where a copy of a work has been made under subsection (1) by a person, the copyright in the work is infringed where the copy—

(a) is transferred to any other person, except where the transfer is authorised by the copyright owner, or

(b) is used for any purpose other than the purpose referred to in subsection (1)(a).

(4) Without prejudice to section 374, nothing in Part VII shall be construed as operating to prevent a person from undertaking an act permitted by this section.

(5) Without prejudice to the generality of section 52(1), where the publication of the results of a computational analysis referred to in subsection (1)(a) of a copy of a work includes the reproduction of extracts from the work, such inclusion shall constitute inclusion in an incidental manner referred to in section 52(1) if the extracts are not more than are reasonably necessary to explain, or to assist in explaining, the results of the analysis.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - substitution of section 57 15. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following sections for section 57:

“Illustration for education, teaching or scientific research 57. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part—

(a) to make or cause to be made a copy or communication of a work for the sole purpose of illustration for education, teaching or scientific research or of preparation for education, teaching or scientific research, or

(b) for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to reproduce or cause to be reproduced a work, or to do or cause to be done, any other necessary act, in order to display it.

(2) Subsection (1) shall apply only if the reproduction or communication is—

(a) made for purposes that are non-commercial,

(b) made only to the extent justified by the non-commercial purposes to be achieved, and

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(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Not more than 5 per cent of any work can be copied under this section in any calendar year.

(4) Where a copy which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

Distance learning provided by educational establishment 57A. It is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part for—

(a) an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to communicate a work as part of a lesson or examination to a student of that establishment by telecommunication, and

(b) a student who has received such a lesson or examination to make a copy of the work in order to be able to listen to or view it at a more convenient time.

Use by educational establishment of work available through Internet 57B. (1) Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part if an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, makes a copy or communication of a work that is available through the Internet.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the copy or communication of the work concerned is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

Licensing schemes for educational establishments 57C. (1) An exemption in respect of education provided in section 57, 57A,

57B, 61(2), 62(2), 67(3), 92, 221, 225B, 225C, 225D, 229(2), 234(3), 245(3)(a) or 329 shall not apply where—

(a) there is a licensing scheme certified under section 173 that is applicable to the exemption concerned, and

(b) the person making use of the work knew or ought to have been aware of the existence of the licensing scheme.

(2) The terms of a licence granted to an educational establishment on foot of a licensing scheme certified under section 173 shall be void in so far as they purport to restrict the proportion of a work which may be copied or communicated (whether on payment or free of charge) to less than that which would be permitted under section 57, 61 or 62, as the case may be.

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(3) Sections 152 to 155 shall apply in relation to a licensing scheme referred to in subsection (1)(a) as if the scheme were one to which those sections applied pursuant to section 150.”.

Amendment of section 59 of Principal Act 16. Section 59 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (2)—

(a) by the substitution of “sections 60 to 70” for “sections 60 to 67”,

(b) in paragraphs (a) and (b), by the insertion of “, or causes to be made and supplied,” after “supplies”,

(c) in paragraph (c), by the insertion of “, or causes to be made,” after “makes”, and

(d) in paragraph (d), by the insertion of “, or causing to be made or supplied,” after “supplying”.

Amendment of section 66 of Principal Act 17. Section 66 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (1)—

(i) by the insertion of “, or cause to be made,” after “make”,

(ii) in paragraph (c), by the insertion of “(including a published catalogue relating to an exhibition)” after “catalogue”,

and

(b) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (2):

“(2) This section shall apply to copying—

(a) conducted for the curatorial purposes referred to in subsection (1),

(b) to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purpose to be achieved, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Format shifting by librarians or archivists 18. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 68:

“68A. (1)Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part where the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive makes, or causes to be made, a copy of a work, in the permanent collection of the library or archive, in a different form to that which the copy takes if—

(a) that librarian or archivist lawfully uses the means used to make the copy, and

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(b) the copy is made solely for preservation or archival purposes where those purposes are neither directly nor indirectly commercial.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply where—

(a) the work being copied is an infringing copy, and

(b) the librarian or archivist making the copy, or causing it to be made, did not have reasonable grounds for believing that the work was not an infringing copy.”.

Fair dealing by librarians and archivists 19. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section before section 70:

“69A. (1)Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the communication, by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, to members of the public of copies of works in the permanent collection of the library or archive, by dedicated terminals on the premises of the library or archive, shall constitute fair dealing with the works for the purposes of that section where the communication is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the brief and limited display of a copy of a work—

(a) either—

(i) in a prescribed library or prescribed archive or by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, or

(ii) during the course of a public lecture given in a prescribed library or prescribed archive or given by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive,

(b) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement,

shall constitute fair dealing with the work for the purposes of section 50(1).”.

Amendment of section 70 of Principal Act 20. Section 70 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of “, 68, 68A or 69A” for

“or 68”.

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Transitional provisions for section 78B 21. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 78B:

“78C. (1) An act to which subsection (2) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work if—

(a) that act is done pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date, and

(b) that act, if it were done immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 78B, have been such an infringement.

(2) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to an artistic work, during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the copying of the work;

(b) the provision of means for making a copy of the work;

(c) the importation into the State of a copy of the work.

(3) An act to which subsection (4) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work if that act, if it were done on the day immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 78B, have been such an infringement.

(4) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to an artistic work, during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the issuing or selling, or renting or lending, to the public of a copy of the work that was made in, or imported into, the State—

(i) before the relevant date, or

(ii) during that 6 months period pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date;

(b) the communication to the public of that work in connection with anything done in reliance on paragraph (a).

(5) In this section, ‘relevant date’ means the date referred to in section 1(7) of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019.”.

Use of notes or recordings of spoken words in certain cases 22. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 89:

“89. (1) (a) Paragraph (b) applies where a record of spoken words (including political speeches and extracts from public lectures or similar works) is made, in writing or otherwise, for the purposes of—

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(i) reporting current events, or

(ii) broadcasting, including in a cable programme service, or otherwise communicating to the public, the record.

(b) Subject to compliance with the conditions specified in subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part—

(i) to use the record or material taken from it for the purposes referred to in paragraph (a), or

(ii) to copy the record or material taken from it and use the copy for the purposes referred to in paragraph (a).

(2) The conditions referred to in subsection (1)(b) are:

(a) that the record is a direct record of the spoken words;

(b) that the making of the record was not prohibited by the speaker and, where copyright already subsisted in the work, did not infringe the copyright in the work;

(c) that the use made of the record or material taken from it was not prohibited by or on behalf of the speaker or copyright owner before the record was made;

(d) that the use made of the record or material taken from it is by or with the authority of a person who is lawfully in possession of the record;

(e) that the use made of the record or material taken from it is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Where a record which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.”.

Amendment of section 94 of Principal Act 23. Section 94 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) It is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work to copy it, or to make available to the public copies of it, for the purpose of advertising the sale or public exhibition of the work if the copying is done, and the copies are used—

(a) only to an extent reasonably justified for achieving that purpose, and

(b) for no other commercial purpose.”.

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Amendment of section 99 of Principal Act 24. Section 99 of the Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following subsection

after subsection (3):

“(4) Where, by virtue of subsection (1), a person (in this subsection referred to as ‘the licensee’) is deemed to be licensed by the owner of the copyright in a work to copy or authorise the copying of that work by means of his or her own facilities, such facilities shall include those of a person acting on behalf of and under the responsibility of the licensee.”.

Definitions - sections 103A to 104B 25. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 103:

“103A. In this section and sections 104 to 104B—

‘designated body’ means a designated body as defined in section 104(3);

‘relevant work’ means a work—

(a) which is not accessible to a person with a disability because of that disability, and

(b) in respect of which a copy can be made and that copy then modified so that the modified copy of the work is accessible to that person.”.

Amendment of section 104 of Principal Act 26. Section 104 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsections for subsection (1):

“(1) Subject to subsection (1A) and section 104A(1), a designated body may do any of the following in respect of a relevant work without infringing the copyright in that work:

(a) make, or cause to be made, a copy of the work for the purpose of modifying the copy;

(b) supply the modified copy of the work to a person with a disability;

(c) supply the modified copy of the work to another designated body;

(d) receive a modified copy of the work from—

(i) another designated body, or

(ii) a person with a disability;

(e) supply the modified copy of the work that it has received under paragraph (d) to—

(i) a person with a disability, or

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(ii) another designated body.

(1A) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the modified copy concerned of the relevant work—

(a) bears or otherwise incorporates an express statement to the effect that the copy has been made under this section, and

(b) is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(1B) (a) Subject to section 104A(1), a use to which paragraph (b) applies may be made of a relevant work by a person with a disability without infringing the copyright in that work provided that the use is for the benefit of the person, is directly related to the disability, is for a non-commercial purpose and is made only to the extent required by the nature of the disability.

(b) A use to which this paragraph applies is any of the following:

(i) make, or cause to be made, a copy of the relevant work for the purpose of modifying the copy;

(ii) access a modified copy of the work which has been modified pursuant to subparagraph (i) or supplied pursuant to subsection (1);

(iii) supply such modified copy to a designated body.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 104A and 104B 27. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following sections after section 104:

“Circumstances in which section 104 shall not apply 104A. (1) Section 104 shall not apply to a relevant work where—

(a) there is a licensing scheme certified under section 173 that is applicable to section 104 in so far as that work is concerned, and

(b) the designated body or person with a disability making, or causing to be made, a modified copy of that work knew or ought to have been aware of the existence of the licensing scheme.

(2) Any terms of a licence granted on foot of the licensing scheme referred to in subsection (1) that purports to restrict the obligation imposed under section 104B(1) on the publisher of that work shall be unenforceable.

Electronic form of relevant work 104B. (1)Subject to subsection (3), the publisher of a relevant work first

published in the State on or after the commencement of section 27 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019 shall make or cause to be made at least one electronic form of the

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work which complies with the requirements of subsection (2) unless the publisher already has, in the publisher’s possession, custody or control, at least one electronic form of the work which complies with those requirements.

(2) The electronic form of the relevant work shall enable copies of the work to be made—

(a) without undue difficulty,

(b) which are easily navigated, and

(c) which are capable of being modified.

(3) A designated body may make a relevant request of the publisher of a relevant work to which subsection (1) applies to deliver, within one month of the publisher’s receipt of the request, the relevant material in respect of the work, and the publisher shall, subject to subsection (4), comply with that request.

(4) The publisher of a relevant work who is the subject of a relevant request may, by notice in writing given to the designated body which made the request, decline to comply with the request until the publisher receives a payment to cover the reasonable costs of the publisher that would be incurred in complying with the request.

(5) Where a publisher fails to comply with this section he or she shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction to a class E fine.

(6) In this section—

‘relevant request’ means a request in writing that the publisher deliver, in the manner specified in the request, the relevant material—

(a) in such digital or electronic or other technological form specified in the request and to the address (which may be an electronic address) specified in the request, or

(b) by permitting the designated body to access the relevant material;

‘relevant material’ means the electronic form of a relevant work and any other material required to ensure that such electronic form complies with subsection (2).”.

Amendment of section 173 of Principal Act 28. Section 173 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (1), by the substitution of “, 57C” for “, 57”, and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “, 57C” for “, 57”.

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Amendment of section 198 of Principal Act 29. Section 198 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsections for subsection (4):

“(4) Where, on or after the commencement of section 29 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, subsection (1) applies to the publisher of a book referred to in that subsection, a Board or authority referred to in that subsection may, by notice in writing given to the publisher, request that the copy or copies of the book that the Board or authority is entitled to have delivered to it under that subsection be delivered to it in physical form or electronic form, or both, and the publisher shall comply with that request unless the publisher has already given the copy or copies in the form or forms requested before the publisher received that notice.

(4A) (a) Where, on or after the commencement of section 29 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, a digital publication is first published in the State by a publisher, a Board or authority referred to in subsection (1) may, by notice in writing given to the publisher, request that the publisher comply with that subsection, in so far as that subsection relates to the Board or authority making the request, as if the digital publication were a book referred to in that subsection and the publisher shall comply with that request and subsection (2) shall be construed accordingly.

(b) In paragraph (a), ‘digital publication’ means any publication published online or offline which is made available to the public in a medium other than print (including any publication in any digital or electronic or other technological form, but does not include any sound recording or film or any combination thereof).”.

Fair dealing with performances, etc. 30. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 221:

“221. (1) Fair dealing with a performance or recording for the purposes of—

(a) criticism or review, of that or another performance or recording, or of a work,

(b) reporting current events, or

(c) education, research or private study,

shall not infringe any of the rights conferred by this Part.

(2) Fair dealing with a recording of a performance for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche shall not infringe the copyright in that work.

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(3) In this Part, ‘fair dealing’ means the making use of a performance or recording which has been lawfully made available to the public for a purpose and to an extent which will not unreasonably prejudice the interests of the rightsowner where such use is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 225A to 225D 31. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following sections after section 225:

“Text and data mining for non-commercial research 225A.(1) Subject to subsection (3), the making of a copy of a performance or

recording by a person who has lawful access to the performance or recording does not infringe any of the rights conferred by this Part where the copy is—

(a) made in order that the person may carry out a computational analysis of anything in the work for the sole purpose of research for a non-commercial purpose, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) A copy made under subsection (1) of a performance or recording which was, at the time when the copy was made, available without a restriction as to its access does not infringe copyright, and whether or not that work continues to be so available after that time.

(3) Where a copy of a performance or recording has been made under subsection (1) by a person, the copyright in the performance or recording is infringed where the copy—

(a) is transferred to any other person, except where the transfer is authorised by the copyright owner, or

(b) is used for any purpose other than the purpose referred to in subsection (1)(a).

(4) Without prejudice to section 374, nothing in Part VII shall be construed as operating to prevent any person from undertaking an act permitted by this section.

(5) Without prejudice to the generality of section 52(1), where the publication of the results of a computational analysis referred to in subsection (1)(a) of a copy of a performance or recording includes the reproduction of extracts from the performance or recording, such inclusion shall constitute inclusion in an incidental manner referred to in section 52(1) if the extracts are not more than are reasonably necessary to explain, or to assist in explaining, the results of the analysis.

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Illustration for education, teaching or scientific research 225B.(1) Subject to subsections (2) to (5), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part—

(a) to make or to cause to be made a copy or communication of a recording of a performance for the sole purpose of illustration for education, teaching or scientific research or of preparation for education, teaching or scientific research, or

(b) without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (a), for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to copy or cause to be copied a recording of a performance, or to do or to cause to be done any other reasonably necessary act in order to display it.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the copy or communication is—

(a) made for purposes that are neither directly nor indirectly commercial,

(b) made only to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purposes referred to in paragraph (a), and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording being copied or communicated is an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part, and

(b) the person making the copy or communication or causing it to be made did not have reasonable grounds to believe that the recording was not such an infringement.

(4) Where a copy which would otherwise be an illicit recording is made under this section, but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an illicit recording for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

(5) Subsection (1) shall not apply if the recording is commercially available in the State—

(a) in a medium that is appropriate for any purpose referred to in that subsection,

(b) by or with the authority of the owner of the rights in that recording,

(c) on commercial terms no less favourable than those that apply to the recording in a medium other than the medium referred to in paragraph (a), and

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(d) in sufficient supply to meet the likely demand for that recording in the medium referred to in paragraph (a).

Distance learning provided by educational establishment 225C.(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), it is not an infringement of the

rights conferred by this Part for—

(a) an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to communicate a recording of a performance, sound recording, film, broadcast or cable programme as part of a lesson or examination to a student of that establishment by telecommunication, and

(b) a student who has received such a lesson or examination to make a copy of such recording, film, broadcast or cable programme in order to be able to listen to or view it at a more convenient time.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording, film, broadcast or cable programme being communicated or copied is an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part, and

(b) the person making the communication or copy or causing it to be made did not have reasonable grounds to believe that the recording, film, broadcast or cable programme was not such an infringement.

(3) Where a copy which would otherwise be an illicit recording is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an illicit recording for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

Use by educational establishment of recording of performance available through the Internet 225D.(1) Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to copy or communicate a recording of a performance that is available through the Internet if that copy or communication is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording is protected by a technological protection measure,

(b) the educational establishment knew or ought to have been aware that the recording was made available through the Internet without the consent of the copyright owner, or

(c) a clearly visible notice, and not merely the copyright symbol, prohibiting the copying or communication of the recording is

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posted on the Internet website concerned or on the recording itself.”.

Amendment of section 233 of Principal Act 32. Section 233 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (2), by the substitution of “Subsection (1) shall apply to copying conducted for the curatorial purposes specified in that subsection” for “This section shall apply to copying conducted for the curatorial purposes specified in subsection (1)”, and

(b) by the insertion of the following subsections:

“(3) Subject to subsection (4), the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive may, where the prescribed conditions are complied with, make a copy of a recording of a performance in the permanent collection of the library or archive for the purposes of—

(a) compiling or preparing a catalogue, or

(b) publishing an image or clip from the recording in a catalogue relating to an exhibition,

without infringing any copyright in that recording.

(4) Subsection (3) shall apply to copying—

(a) conducted for the curatorial purposes referred to in that subsection,

(b) to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purpose to be achieved, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Fair dealing by librarians and archivists 33. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 235:

“235A.(1)Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the communication, by a librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, to members of the public of recordings of performances in the permanent collection of the library or archive, by dedicated terminals on the premises of the library or archive, shall constitute fair dealing with the recording for the purposes of that section where the communication is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1) but subject to subsection (3), the brief and limited display of a still image or very

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short clip from a recording of a performance in the permanent collection of a prescribed library or prescribed archive—

(a) either—

(i) in that library or another prescribed library or in that archive or another prescribed archive, or

(ii) by the librarian or archivist of the first-mentioned library or archive, by another person acting under the authority of that librarian or archivist,

and

(b) during a public lecture given—

(i) in that library or another prescribed library or in that archive or another prescribed archive,

(ii) by the librarian or archivist of the first-mentioned library or archive or by another person acting under the authority of that librarian or archivist,

shall constitute fair dealing for the purposes of section 50(1).

(3) Subsection (2) shall not apply unless the communication or display is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(4) The communication through the Internet or otherwise of the display referred to in subsection (2) shall constitute fair dealing for the purposes of section 50(1) where the display is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Amendment of section 370 of Principal Act 34. Section 370 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (2):

“(2) A person who lawfully makes available to the public or re-utilises the copies referred to in subsection (1) has the same rights and remedies as the rightsowner has in respect of an infringement of any of his or her rights under this Act against a person who—

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(a) (i) makes,

(ii) sells, rents or lends, or offers or exposes for sale, rental or loan,

(iii) imports into the State, or

(iv) has in his or her possession, custody or control,

a protection-defeating device, knowing or having reason to believe that it has been or is to be used to circumvent rights protection measures,

(b) provides information, or offers or performs any service, intended to enable or assist persons to circumvent rights protection measures, or

(c) circumvents rights protection measures in a work otherwise than with the agreement of the rightsowner or pursuant to section 374.”.

Rights protection measures and permitted acts 35. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 374:

“374. (1) Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as operating to prevent any person from undertaking any act permitted (in this section referred as ‘the permitted act’)—

(a) in relation to works protected by copyright under Chapter 6 of Part II, by that Chapter 6,

(b) in relation to performances, by Chapter 4 of Part III, or

(c) in relation to databases, by Chapter 8 of Part V.

(2) Where the beneficiary is legally entitled to access the protected work or subject-matter concerned, the rightsowner or licensee shall make available to the beneficiary the means of benefiting from the permitted act, save where other copies of such work or other subject-matter have been made available to the public on reasonable and agreed contractual terms by, or with the authority of, the rightsowner, in a form which does not prevent or unreasonably restrict the beneficiary from undertaking the permitted act.

(3) Where a technological protection measure has prevented a person (in this section referred to as ‘the complainant’) from undertaking in respect of a work the permitted act, the complainant may request the owner or licensee of the rights in that work (in this section referred to as ‘the respondent’) to provide an effective means of carrying out that act.

(4) Where, within a period of 30 working days from the date of the request, the respondent declines or fails to provide such an effective means of allowing the complainant to undertake in respect of the work

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the permitted act, the complainant may apply to the appropriate court for an order directing the permitted act.”.

Amendment of section 375 of Principal Act 36. Section 375 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) (a) The rightsowner or exclusive licensee has the same rights in respect of an infringement of copyright or related rights notwithstanding that he or she is not the person issuing to the public copies of, or communicating, the work to the public.

(b) A person lawfully issuing to the public copies of, or lawfully communicating to the public, the work has the same rights as the rightsowner has in respect of an infringement of copyright.”,

and

(b) in subsection (2), by the substitution of “, embedded in, or appear in connection with, or are otherwise associated with or incorporated in,” for “or appear in connection with”.

Amendment of section 376 of Principal Act 37. Section 376 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (1), by the insertion of

“commit,” after “alteration is to”.

Certain acts infringe rights of rightsowner of rights management information 38. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 376:

“377. It is an infringement of the rights of the rightsowner of rights management information for a person to—

(a) remove or alter that information from copies of copyright works, copies of recordings of performances or copies of databases knowing or having reason to believe that the primary purpose or effect of such removal or alteration is to commit, induce, enable, facilitate or conceal an infringement of any right conferred by this Act,

(b) make available to the public copies of copyright works or copies of recordings of performances or re-utilise copies of databases, referred to in paragraph (a), knowing or having reason to believe that rights management information has been removed or altered from those copies, or

(c) (i) sell, rent or lend, or offer or expose for sale, rental or loan,

(ii) import into the State, or

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(iii) in the course of a business, trade or profession, have in his or her possession, custody or control,

copies of copyright works, copies of recordings of performances or copies of databases, referred to in paragraph (a), knowing or having reason to believe that rights management information has been removed or altered from those copies.”.

Amendment of First Schedule to Principal Act 39. The First Schedule to the Principal Act is amended in paragraph 9(1), by the insertion of

“which have been made available to the public and” after “duration of copyright in works”.

CHAPTER 3

Consequential amendments

Amendment of section 77 of The Courts of Justice Act 1924 40. Section 77 of the The Courts of Justice Act 1924 is amended in paragraph A, by the

insertion of the following clause after clause (v):

“(vi) in an intellectual property claim within the meaning of section 2 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 where the amount of the claim does not exceed such sum as stands specified by or under any Act of the Oireachtas to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract.”.

Amendment of Third Schedule to Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 41. The Third Schedule to the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 is amended by the

insertion of the following after reference number 29:

“ 30. An intellectual property

claim within the meaning of section 2 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.

Where the amount of the claim exceeds €75,000.

The judge of the circuit where the defendant or one of the defendants resides or carries on business.

”.

Amendment of Patents Act 1992 42. The Patents Act 1992 is amended—

(a) in section 2(1)—

(i) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Controller”:

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“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

and

(ii) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Office”:

“ ‘Office’ means the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland;”,

(b) in section 6, by the insertion of the following subsections after subsection (4):

“(5) The Patents Office continued in being by this section shall, from the commencement of section 42 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, cease to be known as the Patents Office and instead be known as the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland.

(6) The Controller of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks continued in being by this section shall, from the commencement of section 42 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, cease to be known as the Controller of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks and instead be known as the Controller of Intellectual Property.”,

(c) in section 31(1), by the deletion of “, following the substantive examination and investigation carried out in pursuance of section 29(5) or 30(5),”,

(d) in section 127—

(i) in subsection (1), by the insertion of “and shall, subject to section 127A, also be capable of being treated as an application for a patent under Part II” after “European patent designating the State”,

(ii) in subsection (5), by the insertion of “designates the European Patent Office and” after “which”, and

(iii) in subsection (6), by the insertion of “designates the European Patent Office and” after “which”,

and

(e) by the insertion of the following section:

“Circumstances in which international application for patent designating State shall be treated as application for patent under Part II 127A.(1) If an international application for a patent which designates the State

is refused a filing date under the Treaty and following a request made in the prescribed manner and within the prescribed period, the Controller determines that the refusal was caused by an error or omission in an institution having functions under the Treaty, he may direct that the application shall be treated as an application under Part II, having such date of filing as he may direct.

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(2) Subject to compliance with the prescribed conditions, an international application for a patent which designates the State shall be treated as an application under Part II if—

(a) the applicant withdraws the international application at any time prior to the expiration of 31 months from the filing date or the priority date of the application, whichever is the earlier, and the international processing procedures in the international phase are discontinued,

(b) the International Bureau determines, for any reason, that the international application or the designation of the State in it, is withdrawn or considered withdrawn,

(c) the international application is considered to be withdrawn on the ground that it has not, within the period prescribed by Article 20 (as that Article is construed in accordance with Rule 47 of the Treaty Regulations), 22(1) or 39(1) of the Treaty, been received by the European Patent Office, or

(d) the applicant decides, at any time prior to the expiration of 31 months from the filing date or the priority date of the international application designating the State, whichever is the earlier, to request the Controller to treat the international application as a patent application under Part II.

(3) Subject to compliance with the prescribed conditions, an international application for a patent designating the State which has, under subsection (1) or (2), ceased to be deemed to be an application for a European patent designating the State shall, upon that cesser taking effect, be treated as an application under Part II.

(4) Subsection (5) applies to an international application for a patent designating the State which is treated as an application for a patent under Part II.

(5) An application for an international patent designating the State which has been published by the International Bureau in accordance with the Treaty in a language other than Irish or English shall be treated, for the purposes of sections 56 and 66(3), as published under section 28 when a translation into Irish or English of the claims of the application have been filed and published by the Office.

(6) Article 2 of the Treaty shall apply to the interpretation of this section as that Article applies to the interpretation of the Treaty.

(7) In this section, ‘Treaty Regulations’ means the Regulations under the Treaty as such Regulations are in force from 1 July 2016.”.

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Amendment of section 2 of Trade Marks Act 1996 43. Section 2 of the Trade Marks Act 1996 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

and

(b) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Office”:

“ ‘Office’ means the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland;”.

Amendment of section 2 of Industrial Designs Act 2001 44. Section 2 of the Industrial Designs Act 2001 is amended in subsection (1), by the

substitution of the following definition for the definition of “Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”.

CHAPTER 4

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education and fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education 45. (1) The provision of the Principal Act specified in column (2), opposite a reference

number specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 1.

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to fines 46. (1) The provision of the Principal Act specified in column (2), opposite a reference

number specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 2.

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PART 3

AMENDMENT OF PATENTS ACT 1992 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 47. In this Part and Schedule 3, “Act of 1992” means the Patents Act 1992.

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to courts

Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1992 48. Section 2 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the deletion of the definition of “the Court”,

(b) in the definition of “prescribed”, by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) by the insertion of the following definition:

“ ‘appropriate court’ means—

(a) the District Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract or tort,

(b) the Circuit Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court for actions in contract or tort, and

(c) in any other case, the High Court;”.

Amendment of section 38 of Act of 1992 49. Section 38 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (5), (6) and (7) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 45 of Act of 1992 50. Section 45 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

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Amendment of section 46 of Act of 1992 51. Section 46 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 47 of Act of 1992 52. Section 47 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 49 of Act of 1992 53. Section 49 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 50 of Act of 1992 54. Section 50 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1), (2) and (3), by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (4)—

(i) by the substitution of “The High Court” for “The Court”, and

(ii) by the substitution of “High Court’s” for “Court’s”.

Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1992 55. Section 51 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1992 56. Section 52 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 53 of Act of 1992 57. Section 53 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 54 of Act of 1992 58. Section 54 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 56 of Act of 1992 59. Section 56 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (3) by the substitution of

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“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1992 60. Section 57 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (5) and (6) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 59 of Act of 1992 61. Section 59 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (3) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 62 of Act of 1992 62. Section 62 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of “appropriate court” for

“Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 66 of Act of 1992 63. Section 66 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of the following subsection

for subsection (5):

“(5) References to the High Court in sections 47, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 54 in relation to an action for infringement of a short-term patent shall be construed as including references to the Circuit Court.”.

Amendment of section 74 of Act of 1992 64. Section 74 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3), by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1992 65. Section 77 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (6) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 81 of Act of 1992 66. Section 81 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (4) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 82 of Act of 1992 67. Section 82 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

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Amendment of section 86 of Act of 1992 68. Section 86 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7)

by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 91 of Act of 1992 69. Section 91 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (2) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 92 of Act of 1992 70. Section 92 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 95 of Act of 1992 71. Section 95 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1), by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “by the appropriate court” for “by the Court”.

Amendment of section 96 of Act of 1992 72. Section 96 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1), (3) and (4) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”,

(b) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”,

(c) in subsection (6)(a) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(d) in subsection (7) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”.

Amendment of section 101 of Act of 1992 73. Section 101 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of “appropriate court” for

“Court”.

Amendment of section 106 of Act of 1992 74. Section 106 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (4) and (8) by the substitution

of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 108 of Act of 1992 75. Section 108 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

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(a) in subsections (4) and (6) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (7) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 119 of Act of 1992 76. Section 119 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 121 of Act of 1992 77. Section 121 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 123 of Act of 1992 78. Section 123 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”,

(b) in subsections (3) and (4) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”,

(c) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs,

(d) in subsection (6) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(e) in subsection (7)(b) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 124 of Act of 1992 79. Section 124 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”, and

(b) in subsection (2) by the substitution of “The High Court” for “The Court”.

Amendment of section 130 of Act of 1992 80. Section 130 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (2) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 131 of Act of 1992 81. Section 131 of the Act of 1992 is amended in paragraph (a) by the substitution of “the

appropriate court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

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CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines 82. (1) The provision of the Act of 1992 specified in column (2), opposite a reference number

specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 3.

PART 4

AMENDMENT OF TRADE MARKS ACT 1996 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 83. In this Part and Schedule 4, “Act of 1996” means the Trade Marks Act 1996.

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to courts

Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1996 84. Section 2 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the deletion of the definition of “the Court”,

(b) in the definition of “prescribed”, by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) by the insertion of the following definition:

“ ‘appropriate court’ means—

(a) the District Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract or tort,

(b) the Circuit Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to

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exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court for actions in contract or tort, and

(c) in any other case, the High Court;”.

Amendment of section 19 of Act of 1996 85. Section 19 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 20 of Act of 1996 86. Section 20 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (4) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 23 of Act of 1996 87. Section 23 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place it occurs,

(b) in subsection (3) by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) in subsections (4) and (5) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 24 of Act of 1996 88. Section 24 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 29 of Act of 1996 89. Section 29 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsection (2)(e) by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “a court”, and

(b) in subsection (4) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 34 of Act of 1996 90. Section 34 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (4) and (6) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 36 of Act of 1996 91. Section 36 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (3)(a) and (c), (4) and (5) by

the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

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Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1996 92. Section 51 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (4) and (6)(b) by the substitution

of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1996 93. Section 52 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (3) and (4) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1996 94. Section 57 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (2)(d) by the substitution of

“courts” for “Courts”.

Amendment of section 65 of Act of 1996 95. Section 65 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (4) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 67 of Act of 1996 96. Section 67 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 72 of Act of 1996 97. Section 72 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (3) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1996 98. Section 77 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 78 of Act of 1996 99. Section 78 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 79 of Act of 1996 100. Section 79 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1)(a), (2)(a) and (b) and (3) by

the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 80 of Act of 1996 101. Section 80 of the Act of 1996 is amended by the substitution of “any court” for “Courts”.

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Amendment of section 85 of Act of 1996 102. Section 85 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (8)(b) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 88 of Act of 1996 103. Section 88 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsections (3), (4) and (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (6)—

(i) by the substitution of “decision of the High Court” for “decision of the Court”, and

(ii) by the substitution of “leave of the High Court” for “leave of the Court”.

Amendment of section 97 of Act of 1996 104. Section 97 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of First Schedule to Act of 1996 105. The First Schedule to the Act of 1996 is amended in paragraph 11(4)(a) and (6) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of Second Schedule to Act of 1996 106. The Second Schedule to the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in paragraph 13(4)(a) and (6) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in paragraph 14(3) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”.

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines 107. (1) The provision of the Act of 1996 specified in column (2), opposite a reference number

specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

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(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 4.

PART 5

DIGITAL LEGAL DEPOSIT SCHEME

Digital legal deposit scheme 108. Within twelve months of the enactment of this Act the Government shall bring forward a

report on the feasibility of establishing a digital legal deposit scheme to serve as a web archive for .ie domain contents and advise on steps taken towards that goal.

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SCHEDULE 1 Section 45

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO EDUCATION

Table

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Principal Act

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 53(1) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

2 section 53(2)(a) instruction education 3 section 53(3) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

4 section 53(4)(a) instruction education 5 section 55(1)(b) instruction education 6 section 55(2) instruction education 7 section 61(2) research education, research 8 section 62(2) research education, research 9 section 63(2)(b) instructions education 10 section 67(3) research education, research 11 section 92(3)(a) research education, research 12 section 168(1) instruction education 13 section 171(1) instruction education 14 section 172(1) instruction education 15 section 223(1) instruction or preparation

for instruction where the copying is done by or on behalf of a person giving or receiving instruction

education or of preparation for education where the copying is done by or on behalf of a person giving or receiving education

16 section 224(1)(b) instruction education 17 section 229(2) research education, research 18 section 230(2)(b) instructions education 19 section 234(3) research education, research 20 section 245(3)(a) research education, research 21 section 329(1) research education, research 22 section 330(1) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

23 section 330(1)(a) instruction education

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SCHEDULE 2 Section 46

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Principal Act

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 14(5) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 2 section 140(7)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 3 section 140(7)(b) £100,000 €130,000 4 section 140(8)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 5 section 140(8)(b) £100,000 €130,000 6 section 141 £100,000 €130,000 7 section 143(3) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 8 section 181(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 9 section 181(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 10 section 198(9) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 11 section 258(6)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 12 section 258(6)(b) £100,000 €130,000 13 section 258(7)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 14 section 258(7)(b) £100,000 €130,000 15 section 259 £100,000 €130,000 16 section 261(3) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 17 section 262(2) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 18 section 286(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 19 section 286(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 20 section 361(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 21 section 361(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 22 section 371 fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 23 section 376(2)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 24 section 376(2)(b) £100,000 €130,000

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SCHEDULE 3 Section 82

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1992 IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Act of 1992 (2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 92(6) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 2 section 106(5) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 3 section 106(5) £1,000 a class C fine 4 section 111 fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 5 section 112(1) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 6 section 113 fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 7 section 125(4) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 8 section 125(4) £1,000 a class C fine

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SCHEDULE 4 Section 107

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1996 IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Act of 1996

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 85(6) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 2 section 85(6) £1,000 a class C fine 3 section 92(4)(a) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 4 section 92(4)(b) £100,000 €130,000 5 section 93(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 6 section 93(3)(b) £200,000 €255,000 7 section 94(3) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 8 section 94(3) further fine not exceeding £100 class E fine 9 section 97(2) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine

10 section 97(2) further fine not exceeding £100 class E fine

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Texte(s) supplémentaire(s) Page de couverture d’une notification de l’OMC (3 texte(s)) Page de couverture d’une notification de l’OMC (3 texte(s)) Français Loi de 2019 sur le droit d'auteur et autres dispositions relatives à la propriété intellectuelle (loi n° 19 de 2019)  
Espagnol Ley de 2019 de Derecho de Autor y Otras Disposiciones relativas a la Propiedad Intelectual (Ley N° 19 de 2019)  
Anglais Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act, 2019 (Act No. 19 of 2019)  

Number 19 of 2019

Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act, 2019

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COPYRIGHT AND OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW PROVISIONS ACT 2019

CONTENTS

PART 1

PRELIMINARY AND GENERAL

Section

1. Short title, collective citations and commencement

2. Repeals

PART 2

AMENDMENT OF COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS ACT 2000

CHAPTER 1

Definition

3. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Court access for intellectual property claims, copyright exceptions and digital deposit of copyright works, etc.

4. Amendment of section 2 of Principal Act

5. Provisions supplementary to definition of “broadcast”

6. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 16A and 16B

7. Amendment of section 21 of Principal Act

8. Amendment of section 24 of Principal Act

9. Transitional provisions for section 31A

10. Making available of work not previously made available

11. Amendment of section 37 of Principal Act

12. Amendment of section 51 of Principal Act

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13. Amendment of section 52 of Principal Act

14. Text and data mining for non-commercial research

15. Amendment of Principal Act - substitution of section 57

16. Amendment of section 59 of Principal Act

17. Amendment of section 66 of Principal Act

18. Format shifting by librarians or archivists

19. Fair dealing by librarians and archivists

20. Amendment of section 70 of Principal Act

21. Transitional provisions for section 78B

22. Use of notes or recordings of spoken words in certain cases

23. Amendment of section 94 of Principal Act

24. Amendment of section 99 of Principal Act

25. Definitions - sections 103A to 104B

26. Amendment of section 104 of Principal Act

27. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 104A and 104B

28. Amendment of section 173 of Principal Act

29. Amendment of section 198 of Principal Act

30. Fair dealing with performances, etc.

31. Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 225A to 225D

32. Amendment of section 233 of Principal Act

33. Fair dealing by librarians and archivists

34. Amendment of section 370 of Principal Act

35. Rights protection measures and permitted acts

36. Amendment of section 375 of Principal Act

37. Amendment of section 376 of Principal Act

38. Certain acts infringe rights of rightsowner of rights management information

39. Amendment of First Schedule to Principal Act

CHAPTER 3

Consequential amendments

40. Amendment of section 77 of The Courts of Justice Act 1924

41. Amendment of Third Schedule to Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961

42. Amendment of Patents Act 1992

43. Amendment of section 2 of Trade Marks Act 1996

44. Amendment of section 2 of Industrial Designs Act 2001

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CHAPTER 4

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education and fines

45. Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education

46. Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to fines

PART 3

AMENDMENT OF PATENTS ACT 1992 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

47. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to courts

48. Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1992

49. Amendment of section 38 of Act of 1992

50. Amendment of section 45 of Act of 1992

51. Amendment of section 46 of Act of 1992

52. Amendment of section 47 of Act of 1992

53. Amendment of section 49 of Act of 1992

54. Amendment of section 50 of Act of 1992

55. Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1992

56. Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1992

57. Amendment of section 53 of Act of 1992

58. Amendment of section 54 of Act of 1992

59. Amendment of section 56 of Act of 1992

60. Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1992

61. Amendment of section 59 of Act of 1992

62. Amendment of section 62 of Act of 1992

63. Amendment of section 66 of Act of 1992

64. Amendment of section 74 of Act of 1992

65. Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1992

66. Amendment of section 81 of Act of 1992

67. Amendment of section 82 of Act of 1992

68. Amendment of section 86 of Act of 1992

69. Amendment of section 91 of Act of 1992

70. Amendment of section 92 of Act of 1992

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71. Amendment of section 95 of Act of 1992

72. Amendment of section 96 of Act of 1992

73. Amendment of section 101 of Act of 1992

74. Amendment of section 106 of Act of 1992

75. Amendment of section 108 of Act of 1992

76. Amendment of section 119 of Act of 1992

77. Amendment of section 121 of Act of 1992

78. Amendment of section 123 of Act of 1992

79. Amendment of section 124 of Act of 1992

80. Amendment of section 130 of Act of 1992

81. Amendment of section 131 of Act of 1992

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

82. Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

PART 4

AMENDMENT OF TRADE MARKS ACT 1996 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

83. Definition

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to courts

84. Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1996

85. Amendment of section 19 of Act of 1996

86. Amendment of section 20 of Act of 1996

87. Amendment of section 23 of Act of 1996

88. Amendment of section 24 of Act of 1996

89. Amendment of section 29 of Act of 1996

90. Amendment of section 34 of Act of 1996

91. Amendment of section 36 of Act of 1996

92. Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1996

93. Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1996

94. Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1996

95. Amendment of section 65 of Act of 1996

96. Amendment of section 67 of Act of 1996

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97. Amendment of section 72 of Act of 1996

98. Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1996

99. Amendment of section 78 of Act of 1996

100. Amendment of section 79 of Act of 1996

101. Amendment of section 80 of Act of 1996

102. Amendment of section 85 of Act of 1996

103. Amendment of section 88 of Act of 1996

104. Amendment of section 97 of Act of 1996

105. Amendment of First Schedule to Act of 1996

106. Amendment of Second Schedule to Act of 1996

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

107. Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

PART 5

DIGITAL LEGAL DEPOSIT SCHEME

108. Digital legal deposit scheme

SCHEDULE 1

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO EDUCATION

SCHEDULE 2

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO FINES

SCHEDULE 3

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1992 IN RELATION TO FINES

SCHEDULE 4

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1996 IN RELATION TO FINES

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ACTS REFERRED TO

Competition Act 2002 (No. 14)

Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 (No. 28)

Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 and 2007

Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 (No. 39)

Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2015

Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2014

Disability Act 2005 (No. 14)

Industrial Designs Act 2001 (No. 39)

Patents Act 1992 (No. 1)

Patents Acts 1992 to 2017

Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 (No. 28)

The Courts of Justice Act 1924 (No. 10)

Trade Marks Act 1996 (No. 6)

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Number 19 of 2019

COPYRIGHT AND OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW PROVISIONS ACT, 2019

An Act to amend the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 to take account of certain recommendations for amendments to that Act contained in the Report of the Copyright Review Committee entitled “Modernising Copyright” published by that Committee in October 2013 and also to take account of certain exceptions to copyright permitted by Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 20011

on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society; to make certain other amendments to that Act, including amendments in relation to references in that Act to education and fines; to make consequential amendments to The Courts of Justice Act 1924, the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961, the Patents Act 1992, the Trade Marks Act 1996 and the Industrial Designs Act 2001; to make a certain amendment to the Patents Act 1992; to make amendments to the Patents Act 1992 and the Trade Marks Act 1996 in relation to references in those Acts to courts and fines; and to provide for related matters. [26th June, 2019]

Be it enacted by the Oireachtas as follows:

PART 1

PRELIMINARY AND GENERAL

Short title, collective citations and commencement 1. (1) This Act may be cited as the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law

Provisions Act 2019.

(2) The Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2014 and section 40 may be cited together as the Courts of Justice Acts 1924 to 2019.

(3) The Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2015 and section 41 may be cited together as the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Acts 1961 to 2019.

(4) The Patents Acts 1992 to 2017, section 42, Part 3 and Schedule 3 may be cited together as the Patents Acts 1992 to 2019.

1 OJ No. L 167, 22.6.2001, p.10

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(5) The Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 and 2007, Part 2 and Schedules 1 and 2 may be cited together as the Copyright and Related Rights Acts 2000 to 2019.

(6) Subject to subsection (7), this Act shall come into operation on such day or days as the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation may by order or orders appoint either generally or with reference to any particular purpose or provision and different days may be so appointed for different purposes or provisions.

(7) Sections 2(1), 9 and 21 shall come into operation on the date that is 6 months from the passing of this Act.

Repeals 2. (1) Sections 31A and 78B of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 are repealed.

(2) Section 96 of the Trade Marks Act 1996 is repealed.

PART 2

AMENDMENT OF COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS ACT 2000

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 3. In this Part and Schedules 1 and 2, “Principal Act” means the Copyright and Related

Rights Act 2000.

CHAPTER 2

Court access for intellectual property claims, copyright exceptions and digital deposit of copyright works, etc.

Amendment of section 2 of Principal Act 4. Section 2 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “broadcast”:

“ ‘broadcast’ means an electronic transmission of sounds, images or data, or any combination or representation thereof, for direct public reception or for presentation to members of the public;”,

(b) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

(c) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “disability”:

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“ ‘disability’ has the meaning assigned to it in section 2 of the Disability Act 2005;”,

(d) in the definition of “educational establishment”—

(i) in paragraph (b), by the substitution of “applies,” for “applies, and”, and

(ii) by the insertion of the following paragraph after paragraph (b):

“(ba) any relevant provider within the meaning of section 2 of the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012, and”,

and

(e) by the insertion of the following definitions:

“ ‘education’ means instruction, lectures, study, research, teaching or training either in an educational establishment or by any person acting under the authority of an educational establishment, and includes all activities necessary or expedient or ancillary to such a programme, and ‘educational purposes’ shall be construed accordingly;

‘electronic transmission’ means a specified transmission through the Internet, a transmission by wireless means and a transmission prescribed for the purposes of this definition, but does not include—

(a) a transmission by means of MMDS, or

(b) a digital terrestrial retransmission;

‘excluded data information’, means—

(a) a computer program (whether in whole or in part), or

(b) a program source code of a website;

‘intellectual property claim’ means—

(a) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Patents Act 1992 other than an application under section 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 59, 74, 86, 91, 96, 108, 123 or 124 of that Act,

(b) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Trade Marks Act 1996 other than an application under section 25, 51, 52, 57, 65, 67, 72, 77, 78, 79, 85(5), 88 or 97 of that Act, or under paragraph 14(3) of the Second Schedule to that Act in so far as that paragraph relates to an application under section 51 of that Act,

(c) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under this Act other than an application under section 133, 143, 170, 256, 257, 261, 299B, 366 or 367, or

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(d) any proceedings instituted, application or reference made, or appeal lodged, under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 other than an application under section 33, 34, 35, 62, 70, 81, 84 or 86 of that Act;

‘rights identifying information’, in relation to a work, means data information (other than excluded data information) about the work, including digital data (whether or not it is incorporated within the work or is otherwise associated with it) that provides information about—

(a) the authorship, condition, content, context, origin, ownership, provenance, quality or structure of the work,

(b) rights pertaining to or associated with the work, or

(c) matters similar to any matter which falls within paragraph (a) or (b);

‘specified transmission through the Internet’ means—

(a) a transmission taking place simultaneously through the Internet and by other means,

(b) a concurrent transmission of a live event, or

(c) a transmission of recorded moving images or sounds, or both, forming part of a programme service offered by the person responsible for making the transmission, being a service in which programmes are transmitted at scheduled times determined by that person;”.

Provisions supplementary to definition of “broadcast” 5. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 2:

“2A. The definition of ‘broadcast’ shall not be construed to prejudice the exclusive right under this Act of a person to make a work available by means of a broadcast of the work.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 16A and 16B 6. The Principal Act is amended in Part 1, by the insertion of the following sections after

section 16:

“Circuit Court 16A. The Circuit Court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine

intellectual property claims.

District Court 16B. (1) The District Court shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine

intellectual property claims.

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(2) The District Court in which such a claim shall be heard is the District Court Area in which the defendant concerned ordinarily resides or carries on any business, trade or profession.”.

Amendment of section 21 of Principal Act 7. Section 21 of the Principal Act is amended in paragraph (b), by the insertion of

“(including the soundtrack accompanying the film)” after “film”.

Amendment of section 24 of Principal Act 8. Section 24 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) The copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work, or an original database, shall expire 70 years after the death of the author irrespective of—

(a) the date (if any) on which the work is first lawfully made available to the public, or

(b) whether the work is ever lawfully made available to the public.”.

Transitional provisions for section 31A 9. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 31A:

“31B. (1)An act to which subsection (2) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in a design registered under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 if—

(a) that act is done pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date, and

(b) that act, if it were done immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 31A, have been such an infringement.

(2) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to a design referred to in subsection (1), during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the copying of the design;

(b) the provision of means for making a copy of the design;

(c) the importation into the State of a copy of the design.

(3) An act to which subsection (4) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in a design registered under the Industrial Designs Act 2001 if that act, if it were done on the day immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 31A, have been such an infringement.

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(4) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to a design referred to in subsection (3), during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the issuing or selling, or renting or lending, to the public of a copy of the design that was made in, or imported into, the State—

(i) before the relevant date, or

(ii) during that 6 months period pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date;

(b) the communication to the public of that design in connection with anything done in reliance on paragraph (a).

(5) In this section, ‘relevant date’ means the date referred to in section 1(7) of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019.”.

Making available of work not previously made available 10. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 34:

“34. (1) Subject to subsection (2), any person who, after the expiration of the copyright in a work, lawfully makes available to the public for the first time a work which was not previously so made available, shall benefit from rights equivalent to the rights of an author (other than the moral rights) for 25 years from the date on which the work is first lawfully made available to the public.

(2) A work is not lawfully made available to the public by a person for the purposes of subsection (1) if the person has made the work available to the public without first obtaining the express consent of the owner of the physical medium in which the work is embodied, or on which the work is recorded, to do so.”.

Amendment of section 37 of Principal Act 11. Section 37 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (3):

“(3) For the purposes of any reference in this Act to the undertaking of an act restricted by the copyright in a work—

(a) ‘work’ shall be construed as a reference to—

(i) the work as a whole,

(ii) any substantial part of the work, or

(iii) rights identifying information embedded or otherwise incorporated in the work,

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and

(b) the undertaking of an act indirectly, as well as directly, shall be taken to be included in such reference.”.

Amendment of section 51 of Principal Act 12. Section 51 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) by the substitution of the following subsections for subsection (2):

“(2) It is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part if a copy of a work (other than a photograph) on current economic, political or religious matters or similar matters is made by a media business (within the meaning of section 28A(1) of the Competition Act 2002) and communicated by the media business to the public if—

(a) such use is not expressly reserved, and

(b) the copy and communication are accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2A) Where a copy which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under subsection (2) but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.”,

and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “this Act” for “this Part”.

Amendment of section 52 of Principal Act 13. Section 52 of the Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following subsection:

“(5) Fair dealing with a work for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche shall not infringe the copyright in that work.”.

Text and data mining for non-commercial research 14. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 53:

“53A. (1) Subject to subsection (3), the making of a copy of a work by a person who has lawful access to the work does not infringe copyright in the work where the copy is—

(a) made in order that the person may carry out a computational analysis of anything in the work for the sole purpose of research for a non-commercial purpose, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

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(2) A copy made under subsection (1) of a work which was, at the time when the copy was made, available without a restriction as to its access does not infringe copyright, and whether or not that work continues to be so available after that time.

(3) Where a copy of a work has been made under subsection (1) by a person, the copyright in the work is infringed where the copy—

(a) is transferred to any other person, except where the transfer is authorised by the copyright owner, or

(b) is used for any purpose other than the purpose referred to in subsection (1)(a).

(4) Without prejudice to section 374, nothing in Part VII shall be construed as operating to prevent a person from undertaking an act permitted by this section.

(5) Without prejudice to the generality of section 52(1), where the publication of the results of a computational analysis referred to in subsection (1)(a) of a copy of a work includes the reproduction of extracts from the work, such inclusion shall constitute inclusion in an incidental manner referred to in section 52(1) if the extracts are not more than are reasonably necessary to explain, or to assist in explaining, the results of the analysis.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - substitution of section 57 15. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following sections for section 57:

“Illustration for education, teaching or scientific research 57. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part—

(a) to make or cause to be made a copy or communication of a work for the sole purpose of illustration for education, teaching or scientific research or of preparation for education, teaching or scientific research, or

(b) for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to reproduce or cause to be reproduced a work, or to do or cause to be done, any other necessary act, in order to display it.

(2) Subsection (1) shall apply only if the reproduction or communication is—

(a) made for purposes that are non-commercial,

(b) made only to the extent justified by the non-commercial purposes to be achieved, and

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(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Not more than 5 per cent of any work can be copied under this section in any calendar year.

(4) Where a copy which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

Distance learning provided by educational establishment 57A. It is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part for—

(a) an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to communicate a work as part of a lesson or examination to a student of that establishment by telecommunication, and

(b) a student who has received such a lesson or examination to make a copy of the work in order to be able to listen to or view it at a more convenient time.

Use by educational establishment of work available through Internet 57B. (1) Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part if an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, makes a copy or communication of a work that is available through the Internet.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the copy or communication of the work concerned is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

Licensing schemes for educational establishments 57C. (1) An exemption in respect of education provided in section 57, 57A,

57B, 61(2), 62(2), 67(3), 92, 221, 225B, 225C, 225D, 229(2), 234(3), 245(3)(a) or 329 shall not apply where—

(a) there is a licensing scheme certified under section 173 that is applicable to the exemption concerned, and

(b) the person making use of the work knew or ought to have been aware of the existence of the licensing scheme.

(2) The terms of a licence granted to an educational establishment on foot of a licensing scheme certified under section 173 shall be void in so far as they purport to restrict the proportion of a work which may be copied or communicated (whether on payment or free of charge) to less than that which would be permitted under section 57, 61 or 62, as the case may be.

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(3) Sections 152 to 155 shall apply in relation to a licensing scheme referred to in subsection (1)(a) as if the scheme were one to which those sections applied pursuant to section 150.”.

Amendment of section 59 of Principal Act 16. Section 59 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (2)—

(a) by the substitution of “sections 60 to 70” for “sections 60 to 67”,

(b) in paragraphs (a) and (b), by the insertion of “, or causes to be made and supplied,” after “supplies”,

(c) in paragraph (c), by the insertion of “, or causes to be made,” after “makes”, and

(d) in paragraph (d), by the insertion of “, or causing to be made or supplied,” after “supplying”.

Amendment of section 66 of Principal Act 17. Section 66 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (1)—

(i) by the insertion of “, or cause to be made,” after “make”,

(ii) in paragraph (c), by the insertion of “(including a published catalogue relating to an exhibition)” after “catalogue”,

and

(b) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (2):

“(2) This section shall apply to copying—

(a) conducted for the curatorial purposes referred to in subsection (1),

(b) to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purpose to be achieved, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Format shifting by librarians or archivists 18. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 68:

“68A. (1)Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part where the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive makes, or causes to be made, a copy of a work, in the permanent collection of the library or archive, in a different form to that which the copy takes if—

(a) that librarian or archivist lawfully uses the means used to make the copy, and

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(b) the copy is made solely for preservation or archival purposes where those purposes are neither directly nor indirectly commercial.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply where—

(a) the work being copied is an infringing copy, and

(b) the librarian or archivist making the copy, or causing it to be made, did not have reasonable grounds for believing that the work was not an infringing copy.”.

Fair dealing by librarians and archivists 19. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section before section 70:

“69A. (1)Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the communication, by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, to members of the public of copies of works in the permanent collection of the library or archive, by dedicated terminals on the premises of the library or archive, shall constitute fair dealing with the works for the purposes of that section where the communication is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the brief and limited display of a copy of a work—

(a) either—

(i) in a prescribed library or prescribed archive or by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, or

(ii) during the course of a public lecture given in a prescribed library or prescribed archive or given by the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive,

(b) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement,

shall constitute fair dealing with the work for the purposes of section 50(1).”.

Amendment of section 70 of Principal Act 20. Section 70 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of “, 68, 68A or 69A” for

“or 68”.

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Transitional provisions for section 78B 21. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 78B:

“78C. (1) An act to which subsection (2) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work if—

(a) that act is done pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date, and

(b) that act, if it were done immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 78B, have been such an infringement.

(2) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to an artistic work, during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the copying of the work;

(b) the provision of means for making a copy of the work;

(c) the importation into the State of a copy of the work.

(3) An act to which subsection (4) applies is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work if that act, if it were done on the day immediately before the relevant date, would not, by virtue of section 78B, have been such an infringement.

(4) An act to which this subsection applies is any of the following acts done, in relation to an artistic work, during the 6 months period immediately following and including the relevant date:

(a) the issuing or selling, or renting or lending, to the public of a copy of the work that was made in, or imported into, the State—

(i) before the relevant date, or

(ii) during that 6 months period pursuant to a contract entered into before the relevant date;

(b) the communication to the public of that work in connection with anything done in reliance on paragraph (a).

(5) In this section, ‘relevant date’ means the date referred to in section 1(7) of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019.”.

Use of notes or recordings of spoken words in certain cases 22. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 89:

“89. (1) (a) Paragraph (b) applies where a record of spoken words (including political speeches and extracts from public lectures or similar works) is made, in writing or otherwise, for the purposes of—

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(i) reporting current events, or

(ii) broadcasting, including in a cable programme service, or otherwise communicating to the public, the record.

(b) Subject to compliance with the conditions specified in subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part—

(i) to use the record or material taken from it for the purposes referred to in paragraph (a), or

(ii) to copy the record or material taken from it and use the copy for the purposes referred to in paragraph (a).

(2) The conditions referred to in subsection (1)(b) are:

(a) that the record is a direct record of the spoken words;

(b) that the making of the record was not prohibited by the speaker and, where copyright already subsisted in the work, did not infringe the copyright in the work;

(c) that the use made of the record or material taken from it was not prohibited by or on behalf of the speaker or copyright owner before the record was made;

(d) that the use made of the record or material taken from it is by or with the authority of a person who is lawfully in possession of the record;

(e) that the use made of the record or material taken from it is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Where a record which would otherwise be an infringing copy is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an infringing copy for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.”.

Amendment of section 94 of Principal Act 23. Section 94 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) It is not an infringement of the copyright in an artistic work to copy it, or to make available to the public copies of it, for the purpose of advertising the sale or public exhibition of the work if the copying is done, and the copies are used—

(a) only to an extent reasonably justified for achieving that purpose, and

(b) for no other commercial purpose.”.

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Amendment of section 99 of Principal Act 24. Section 99 of the Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following subsection

after subsection (3):

“(4) Where, by virtue of subsection (1), a person (in this subsection referred to as ‘the licensee’) is deemed to be licensed by the owner of the copyright in a work to copy or authorise the copying of that work by means of his or her own facilities, such facilities shall include those of a person acting on behalf of and under the responsibility of the licensee.”.

Definitions - sections 103A to 104B 25. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 103:

“103A. In this section and sections 104 to 104B—

‘designated body’ means a designated body as defined in section 104(3);

‘relevant work’ means a work—

(a) which is not accessible to a person with a disability because of that disability, and

(b) in respect of which a copy can be made and that copy then modified so that the modified copy of the work is accessible to that person.”.

Amendment of section 104 of Principal Act 26. Section 104 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsections for subsection (1):

“(1) Subject to subsection (1A) and section 104A(1), a designated body may do any of the following in respect of a relevant work without infringing the copyright in that work:

(a) make, or cause to be made, a copy of the work for the purpose of modifying the copy;

(b) supply the modified copy of the work to a person with a disability;

(c) supply the modified copy of the work to another designated body;

(d) receive a modified copy of the work from—

(i) another designated body, or

(ii) a person with a disability;

(e) supply the modified copy of the work that it has received under paragraph (d) to—

(i) a person with a disability, or

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(ii) another designated body.

(1A) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the modified copy concerned of the relevant work—

(a) bears or otherwise incorporates an express statement to the effect that the copy has been made under this section, and

(b) is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(1B) (a) Subject to section 104A(1), a use to which paragraph (b) applies may be made of a relevant work by a person with a disability without infringing the copyright in that work provided that the use is for the benefit of the person, is directly related to the disability, is for a non-commercial purpose and is made only to the extent required by the nature of the disability.

(b) A use to which this paragraph applies is any of the following:

(i) make, or cause to be made, a copy of the relevant work for the purpose of modifying the copy;

(ii) access a modified copy of the work which has been modified pursuant to subparagraph (i) or supplied pursuant to subsection (1);

(iii) supply such modified copy to a designated body.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 104A and 104B 27. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following sections after section 104:

“Circumstances in which section 104 shall not apply 104A. (1) Section 104 shall not apply to a relevant work where—

(a) there is a licensing scheme certified under section 173 that is applicable to section 104 in so far as that work is concerned, and

(b) the designated body or person with a disability making, or causing to be made, a modified copy of that work knew or ought to have been aware of the existence of the licensing scheme.

(2) Any terms of a licence granted on foot of the licensing scheme referred to in subsection (1) that purports to restrict the obligation imposed under section 104B(1) on the publisher of that work shall be unenforceable.

Electronic form of relevant work 104B. (1)Subject to subsection (3), the publisher of a relevant work first

published in the State on or after the commencement of section 27 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019 shall make or cause to be made at least one electronic form of the

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work which complies with the requirements of subsection (2) unless the publisher already has, in the publisher’s possession, custody or control, at least one electronic form of the work which complies with those requirements.

(2) The electronic form of the relevant work shall enable copies of the work to be made—

(a) without undue difficulty,

(b) which are easily navigated, and

(c) which are capable of being modified.

(3) A designated body may make a relevant request of the publisher of a relevant work to which subsection (1) applies to deliver, within one month of the publisher’s receipt of the request, the relevant material in respect of the work, and the publisher shall, subject to subsection (4), comply with that request.

(4) The publisher of a relevant work who is the subject of a relevant request may, by notice in writing given to the designated body which made the request, decline to comply with the request until the publisher receives a payment to cover the reasonable costs of the publisher that would be incurred in complying with the request.

(5) Where a publisher fails to comply with this section he or she shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary conviction to a class E fine.

(6) In this section—

‘relevant request’ means a request in writing that the publisher deliver, in the manner specified in the request, the relevant material—

(a) in such digital or electronic or other technological form specified in the request and to the address (which may be an electronic address) specified in the request, or

(b) by permitting the designated body to access the relevant material;

‘relevant material’ means the electronic form of a relevant work and any other material required to ensure that such electronic form complies with subsection (2).”.

Amendment of section 173 of Principal Act 28. Section 173 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (1), by the substitution of “, 57C” for “, 57”, and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “, 57C” for “, 57”.

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Amendment of section 198 of Principal Act 29. Section 198 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsections for subsection (4):

“(4) Where, on or after the commencement of section 29 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, subsection (1) applies to the publisher of a book referred to in that subsection, a Board or authority referred to in that subsection may, by notice in writing given to the publisher, request that the copy or copies of the book that the Board or authority is entitled to have delivered to it under that subsection be delivered to it in physical form or electronic form, or both, and the publisher shall comply with that request unless the publisher has already given the copy or copies in the form or forms requested before the publisher received that notice.

(4A) (a) Where, on or after the commencement of section 29 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, a digital publication is first published in the State by a publisher, a Board or authority referred to in subsection (1) may, by notice in writing given to the publisher, request that the publisher comply with that subsection, in so far as that subsection relates to the Board or authority making the request, as if the digital publication were a book referred to in that subsection and the publisher shall comply with that request and subsection (2) shall be construed accordingly.

(b) In paragraph (a), ‘digital publication’ means any publication published online or offline which is made available to the public in a medium other than print (including any publication in any digital or electronic or other technological form, but does not include any sound recording or film or any combination thereof).”.

Fair dealing with performances, etc. 30. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 221:

“221. (1) Fair dealing with a performance or recording for the purposes of—

(a) criticism or review, of that or another performance or recording, or of a work,

(b) reporting current events, or

(c) education, research or private study,

shall not infringe any of the rights conferred by this Part.

(2) Fair dealing with a recording of a performance for the purposes of caricature, parody or pastiche shall not infringe the copyright in that work.

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(3) In this Part, ‘fair dealing’ means the making use of a performance or recording which has been lawfully made available to the public for a purpose and to an extent which will not unreasonably prejudice the interests of the rightsowner where such use is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Amendment of Principal Act - insertion of sections 225A to 225D 31. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following sections after section 225:

“Text and data mining for non-commercial research 225A.(1) Subject to subsection (3), the making of a copy of a performance or

recording by a person who has lawful access to the performance or recording does not infringe any of the rights conferred by this Part where the copy is—

(a) made in order that the person may carry out a computational analysis of anything in the work for the sole purpose of research for a non-commercial purpose, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) A copy made under subsection (1) of a performance or recording which was, at the time when the copy was made, available without a restriction as to its access does not infringe copyright, and whether or not that work continues to be so available after that time.

(3) Where a copy of a performance or recording has been made under subsection (1) by a person, the copyright in the performance or recording is infringed where the copy—

(a) is transferred to any other person, except where the transfer is authorised by the copyright owner, or

(b) is used for any purpose other than the purpose referred to in subsection (1)(a).

(4) Without prejudice to section 374, nothing in Part VII shall be construed as operating to prevent any person from undertaking an act permitted by this section.

(5) Without prejudice to the generality of section 52(1), where the publication of the results of a computational analysis referred to in subsection (1)(a) of a copy of a performance or recording includes the reproduction of extracts from the performance or recording, such inclusion shall constitute inclusion in an incidental manner referred to in section 52(1) if the extracts are not more than are reasonably necessary to explain, or to assist in explaining, the results of the analysis.

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Illustration for education, teaching or scientific research 225B.(1) Subject to subsections (2) to (5), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part—

(a) to make or to cause to be made a copy or communication of a recording of a performance for the sole purpose of illustration for education, teaching or scientific research or of preparation for education, teaching or scientific research, or

(b) without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (a), for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to copy or cause to be copied a recording of a performance, or to do or to cause to be done any other reasonably necessary act in order to display it.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply unless the copy or communication is—

(a) made for purposes that are neither directly nor indirectly commercial,

(b) made only to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purposes referred to in paragraph (a), and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(3) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording being copied or communicated is an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part, and

(b) the person making the copy or communication or causing it to be made did not have reasonable grounds to believe that the recording was not such an infringement.

(4) Where a copy which would otherwise be an illicit recording is made under this section, but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an illicit recording for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

(5) Subsection (1) shall not apply if the recording is commercially available in the State—

(a) in a medium that is appropriate for any purpose referred to in that subsection,

(b) by or with the authority of the owner of the rights in that recording,

(c) on commercial terms no less favourable than those that apply to the recording in a medium other than the medium referred to in paragraph (a), and

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(d) in sufficient supply to meet the likely demand for that recording in the medium referred to in paragraph (a).

Distance learning provided by educational establishment 225C.(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), it is not an infringement of the

rights conferred by this Part for—

(a) an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to communicate a recording of a performance, sound recording, film, broadcast or cable programme as part of a lesson or examination to a student of that establishment by telecommunication, and

(b) a student who has received such a lesson or examination to make a copy of such recording, film, broadcast or cable programme in order to be able to listen to or view it at a more convenient time.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording, film, broadcast or cable programme being communicated or copied is an infringement of the rights conferred by this Part, and

(b) the person making the communication or copy or causing it to be made did not have reasonable grounds to believe that the recording, film, broadcast or cable programme was not such an infringement.

(3) Where a copy which would otherwise be an illicit recording is made under this section but is subsequently sold, rented or lent, or offered or exposed for sale, rental or loan, or otherwise made available to the public, it shall be treated as an illicit recording for those purposes and for all subsequent purposes.

Use by educational establishment of recording of performance available through the Internet 225D.(1) Subject to subsection (2), it is not an infringement of the rights

conferred by this Part for an educational establishment, for the educational purposes of that establishment, to copy or communicate a recording of a performance that is available through the Internet if that copy or communication is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Subsection (1) shall not apply if—

(a) the recording is protected by a technological protection measure,

(b) the educational establishment knew or ought to have been aware that the recording was made available through the Internet without the consent of the copyright owner, or

(c) a clearly visible notice, and not merely the copyright symbol, prohibiting the copying or communication of the recording is

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posted on the Internet website concerned or on the recording itself.”.

Amendment of section 233 of Principal Act 32. Section 233 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) in subsection (2), by the substitution of “Subsection (1) shall apply to copying conducted for the curatorial purposes specified in that subsection” for “This section shall apply to copying conducted for the curatorial purposes specified in subsection (1)”, and

(b) by the insertion of the following subsections:

“(3) Subject to subsection (4), the librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive may, where the prescribed conditions are complied with, make a copy of a recording of a performance in the permanent collection of the library or archive for the purposes of—

(a) compiling or preparing a catalogue, or

(b) publishing an image or clip from the recording in a catalogue relating to an exhibition,

without infringing any copyright in that recording.

(4) Subsection (3) shall apply to copying—

(a) conducted for the curatorial purposes referred to in that subsection,

(b) to an extent reasonably justified by the non-commercial purpose to be achieved, and

(c) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Fair dealing by librarians and archivists 33. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 235:

“235A.(1)Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1), the communication, by a librarian or archivist of a prescribed library or prescribed archive, to members of the public of recordings of performances in the permanent collection of the library or archive, by dedicated terminals on the premises of the library or archive, shall constitute fair dealing with the recording for the purposes of that section where the communication is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of section 50(1) but subject to subsection (3), the brief and limited display of a still image or very

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short clip from a recording of a performance in the permanent collection of a prescribed library or prescribed archive—

(a) either—

(i) in that library or another prescribed library or in that archive or another prescribed archive, or

(ii) by the librarian or archivist of the first-mentioned library or archive, by another person acting under the authority of that librarian or archivist,

and

(b) during a public lecture given—

(i) in that library or another prescribed library or in that archive or another prescribed archive,

(ii) by the librarian or archivist of the first-mentioned library or archive or by another person acting under the authority of that librarian or archivist,

shall constitute fair dealing for the purposes of section 50(1).

(3) Subsection (2) shall not apply unless the communication or display is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.

(4) The communication through the Internet or otherwise of the display referred to in subsection (2) shall constitute fair dealing for the purposes of section 50(1) where the display is—

(a) undertaken for the sole purpose of education, teaching, research or private study where such purpose is neither directly nor indirectly commercial, and

(b) accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement.”.

Amendment of section 370 of Principal Act 34. Section 370 of the Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following

subsection for subsection (2):

“(2) A person who lawfully makes available to the public or re-utilises the copies referred to in subsection (1) has the same rights and remedies as the rightsowner has in respect of an infringement of any of his or her rights under this Act against a person who—

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(a) (i) makes,

(ii) sells, rents or lends, or offers or exposes for sale, rental or loan,

(iii) imports into the State, or

(iv) has in his or her possession, custody or control,

a protection-defeating device, knowing or having reason to believe that it has been or is to be used to circumvent rights protection measures,

(b) provides information, or offers or performs any service, intended to enable or assist persons to circumvent rights protection measures, or

(c) circumvents rights protection measures in a work otherwise than with the agreement of the rightsowner or pursuant to section 374.”.

Rights protection measures and permitted acts 35. The Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the following section for section 374:

“374. (1) Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed as operating to prevent any person from undertaking any act permitted (in this section referred as ‘the permitted act’)—

(a) in relation to works protected by copyright under Chapter 6 of Part II, by that Chapter 6,

(b) in relation to performances, by Chapter 4 of Part III, or

(c) in relation to databases, by Chapter 8 of Part V.

(2) Where the beneficiary is legally entitled to access the protected work or subject-matter concerned, the rightsowner or licensee shall make available to the beneficiary the means of benefiting from the permitted act, save where other copies of such work or other subject-matter have been made available to the public on reasonable and agreed contractual terms by, or with the authority of, the rightsowner, in a form which does not prevent or unreasonably restrict the beneficiary from undertaking the permitted act.

(3) Where a technological protection measure has prevented a person (in this section referred to as ‘the complainant’) from undertaking in respect of a work the permitted act, the complainant may request the owner or licensee of the rights in that work (in this section referred to as ‘the respondent’) to provide an effective means of carrying out that act.

(4) Where, within a period of 30 working days from the date of the request, the respondent declines or fails to provide such an effective means of allowing the complainant to undertake in respect of the work

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the permitted act, the complainant may apply to the appropriate court for an order directing the permitted act.”.

Amendment of section 375 of Principal Act 36. Section 375 of the Principal Act is amended—

(a) by the substitution of the following subsection for subsection (1):

“(1) (a) The rightsowner or exclusive licensee has the same rights in respect of an infringement of copyright or related rights notwithstanding that he or she is not the person issuing to the public copies of, or communicating, the work to the public.

(b) A person lawfully issuing to the public copies of, or lawfully communicating to the public, the work has the same rights as the rightsowner has in respect of an infringement of copyright.”,

and

(b) in subsection (2), by the substitution of “, embedded in, or appear in connection with, or are otherwise associated with or incorporated in,” for “or appear in connection with”.

Amendment of section 376 of Principal Act 37. Section 376 of the Principal Act is amended in subsection (1), by the insertion of

“commit,” after “alteration is to”.

Certain acts infringe rights of rightsowner of rights management information 38. The Principal Act is amended by the insertion of the following section after section 376:

“377. It is an infringement of the rights of the rightsowner of rights management information for a person to—

(a) remove or alter that information from copies of copyright works, copies of recordings of performances or copies of databases knowing or having reason to believe that the primary purpose or effect of such removal or alteration is to commit, induce, enable, facilitate or conceal an infringement of any right conferred by this Act,

(b) make available to the public copies of copyright works or copies of recordings of performances or re-utilise copies of databases, referred to in paragraph (a), knowing or having reason to believe that rights management information has been removed or altered from those copies, or

(c) (i) sell, rent or lend, or offer or expose for sale, rental or loan,

(ii) import into the State, or

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(iii) in the course of a business, trade or profession, have in his or her possession, custody or control,

copies of copyright works, copies of recordings of performances or copies of databases, referred to in paragraph (a), knowing or having reason to believe that rights management information has been removed or altered from those copies.”.

Amendment of First Schedule to Principal Act 39. The First Schedule to the Principal Act is amended in paragraph 9(1), by the insertion of

“which have been made available to the public and” after “duration of copyright in works”.

CHAPTER 3

Consequential amendments

Amendment of section 77 of The Courts of Justice Act 1924 40. Section 77 of the The Courts of Justice Act 1924 is amended in paragraph A, by the

insertion of the following clause after clause (v):

“(vi) in an intellectual property claim within the meaning of section 2 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000 where the amount of the claim does not exceed such sum as stands specified by or under any Act of the Oireachtas to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract.”.

Amendment of Third Schedule to Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 41. The Third Schedule to the Courts (Supplemental Provisions) Act 1961 is amended by the

insertion of the following after reference number 29:

“ 30. An intellectual property

claim within the meaning of section 2 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000.

Where the amount of the claim exceeds €75,000.

The judge of the circuit where the defendant or one of the defendants resides or carries on business.

”.

Amendment of Patents Act 1992 42. The Patents Act 1992 is amended—

(a) in section 2(1)—

(i) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Controller”:

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“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

and

(ii) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Office”:

“ ‘Office’ means the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland;”,

(b) in section 6, by the insertion of the following subsections after subsection (4):

“(5) The Patents Office continued in being by this section shall, from the commencement of section 42 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, cease to be known as the Patents Office and instead be known as the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland.

(6) The Controller of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks continued in being by this section shall, from the commencement of section 42 of the Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019, cease to be known as the Controller of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks and instead be known as the Controller of Intellectual Property.”,

(c) in section 31(1), by the deletion of “, following the substantive examination and investigation carried out in pursuance of section 29(5) or 30(5),”,

(d) in section 127—

(i) in subsection (1), by the insertion of “and shall, subject to section 127A, also be capable of being treated as an application for a patent under Part II” after “European patent designating the State”,

(ii) in subsection (5), by the insertion of “designates the European Patent Office and” after “which”, and

(iii) in subsection (6), by the insertion of “designates the European Patent Office and” after “which”,

and

(e) by the insertion of the following section:

“Circumstances in which international application for patent designating State shall be treated as application for patent under Part II 127A.(1) If an international application for a patent which designates the State

is refused a filing date under the Treaty and following a request made in the prescribed manner and within the prescribed period, the Controller determines that the refusal was caused by an error or omission in an institution having functions under the Treaty, he may direct that the application shall be treated as an application under Part II, having such date of filing as he may direct.

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(2) Subject to compliance with the prescribed conditions, an international application for a patent which designates the State shall be treated as an application under Part II if—

(a) the applicant withdraws the international application at any time prior to the expiration of 31 months from the filing date or the priority date of the application, whichever is the earlier, and the international processing procedures in the international phase are discontinued,

(b) the International Bureau determines, for any reason, that the international application or the designation of the State in it, is withdrawn or considered withdrawn,

(c) the international application is considered to be withdrawn on the ground that it has not, within the period prescribed by Article 20 (as that Article is construed in accordance with Rule 47 of the Treaty Regulations), 22(1) or 39(1) of the Treaty, been received by the European Patent Office, or

(d) the applicant decides, at any time prior to the expiration of 31 months from the filing date or the priority date of the international application designating the State, whichever is the earlier, to request the Controller to treat the international application as a patent application under Part II.

(3) Subject to compliance with the prescribed conditions, an international application for a patent designating the State which has, under subsection (1) or (2), ceased to be deemed to be an application for a European patent designating the State shall, upon that cesser taking effect, be treated as an application under Part II.

(4) Subsection (5) applies to an international application for a patent designating the State which is treated as an application for a patent under Part II.

(5) An application for an international patent designating the State which has been published by the International Bureau in accordance with the Treaty in a language other than Irish or English shall be treated, for the purposes of sections 56 and 66(3), as published under section 28 when a translation into Irish or English of the claims of the application have been filed and published by the Office.

(6) Article 2 of the Treaty shall apply to the interpretation of this section as that Article applies to the interpretation of the Treaty.

(7) In this section, ‘Treaty Regulations’ means the Regulations under the Treaty as such Regulations are in force from 1 July 2016.”.

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Amendment of section 2 of Trade Marks Act 1996 43. Section 2 of the Trade Marks Act 1996 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”,

and

(b) by the substitution of the following definition for the definition of “the Office”:

“ ‘Office’ means the Intellectual Property Office of Ireland;”.

Amendment of section 2 of Industrial Designs Act 2001 44. Section 2 of the Industrial Designs Act 2001 is amended in subsection (1), by the

substitution of the following definition for the definition of “Controller”:

“ ‘Controller’ means the Controller of Intellectual Property;”.

CHAPTER 4

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education and fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to education 45. (1) The provision of the Principal Act specified in column (2), opposite a reference

number specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 1.

Miscellaneous amendments of Principal Act in relation to fines 46. (1) The provision of the Principal Act specified in column (2), opposite a reference

number specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 2.

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PART 3

AMENDMENT OF PATENTS ACT 1992 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 47. In this Part and Schedule 3, “Act of 1992” means the Patents Act 1992.

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to courts

Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1992 48. Section 2 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the deletion of the definition of “the Court”,

(b) in the definition of “prescribed”, by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) by the insertion of the following definition:

“ ‘appropriate court’ means—

(a) the District Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract or tort,

(b) the Circuit Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court for actions in contract or tort, and

(c) in any other case, the High Court;”.

Amendment of section 38 of Act of 1992 49. Section 38 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (5), (6) and (7) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 45 of Act of 1992 50. Section 45 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

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Amendment of section 46 of Act of 1992 51. Section 46 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 47 of Act of 1992 52. Section 47 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 49 of Act of 1992 53. Section 49 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 50 of Act of 1992 54. Section 50 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1), (2) and (3), by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (4)—

(i) by the substitution of “The High Court” for “The Court”, and

(ii) by the substitution of “High Court’s” for “Court’s”.

Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1992 55. Section 51 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1992 56. Section 52 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 53 of Act of 1992 57. Section 53 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 54 of Act of 1992 58. Section 54 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 56 of Act of 1992 59. Section 56 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1) and (3) by the substitution of

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“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1992 60. Section 57 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (5) and (6) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 59 of Act of 1992 61. Section 59 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (3) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 62 of Act of 1992 62. Section 62 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of “appropriate court” for

“Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 66 of Act of 1992 63. Section 66 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of the following subsection

for subsection (5):

“(5) References to the High Court in sections 47, 49, 50, 51, 52 and 54 in relation to an action for infringement of a short-term patent shall be construed as including references to the Circuit Court.”.

Amendment of section 74 of Act of 1992 64. Section 74 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3), by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1992 65. Section 77 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (6) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 81 of Act of 1992 66. Section 81 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (4) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 82 of Act of 1992 67. Section 82 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

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Amendment of section 86 of Act of 1992 68. Section 86 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6) and (7)

by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 91 of Act of 1992 69. Section 91 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (2) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 92 of Act of 1992 70. Section 92 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 95 of Act of 1992 71. Section 95 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1), by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (3), by the substitution of “by the appropriate court” for “by the Court”.

Amendment of section 96 of Act of 1992 72. Section 96 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1), (3) and (4) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”,

(b) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”,

(c) in subsection (6)(a) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(d) in subsection (7) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”.

Amendment of section 101 of Act of 1992 73. Section 101 of the Act of 1992 is amended by the substitution of “appropriate court” for

“Court”.

Amendment of section 106 of Act of 1992 74. Section 106 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsections (4) and (8) by the substitution

of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 108 of Act of 1992 75. Section 108 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

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(a) in subsections (4) and (6) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (7) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 119 of Act of 1992 76. Section 119 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 121 of Act of 1992 77. Section 121 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 123 of Act of 1992 78. Section 123 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”,

(b) in subsections (3) and (4) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”,

(c) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs,

(d) in subsection (6) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(e) in subsection (7)(b) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 124 of Act of 1992 79. Section 124 of the Act of 1992 is amended—

(a) in subsection (1) by the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court”, and

(b) in subsection (2) by the substitution of “The High Court” for “The Court”.

Amendment of section 130 of Act of 1992 80. Section 130 of the Act of 1992 is amended in subsection (2) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 131 of Act of 1992 81. Section 131 of the Act of 1992 is amended in paragraph (a) by the substitution of “the

appropriate court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

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CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1992 in relation to fines 82. (1) The provision of the Act of 1992 specified in column (2), opposite a reference number

specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 3.

PART 4

AMENDMENT OF TRADE MARKS ACT 1996 IN RELATION TO COURTS AND FINES

CHAPTER 1

Definition

Definition 83. In this Part and Schedule 4, “Act of 1996” means the Trade Marks Act 1996.

CHAPTER 2

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to courts

Amendment of section 2 of Act of 1996 84. Section 2 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (1)—

(a) by the deletion of the definition of “the Court”,

(b) in the definition of “prescribed”, by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) by the insertion of the following definition:

“ ‘appropriate court’ means—

(a) the District Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the District Court for actions in contract or tort,

(b) the Circuit Court, where the damages or the value of the other relief sought in any action to which the application relates is not liable to

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exceed such sum as stands specified by an enactment to be the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court for actions in contract or tort, and

(c) in any other case, the High Court;”.

Amendment of section 19 of Act of 1996 85. Section 19 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 20 of Act of 1996 86. Section 20 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (4) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 23 of Act of 1996 87. Section 23 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place it occurs,

(b) in subsection (3) by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “the Court”, and

(c) in subsections (4) and (5) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 24 of Act of 1996 88. Section 24 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (1) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 29 of Act of 1996 89. Section 29 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsection (2)(e) by the substitution of “the appropriate court” for “a court”, and

(b) in subsection (4) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 34 of Act of 1996 90. Section 34 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (4) and (6) by the substitution of

“appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 36 of Act of 1996 91. Section 36 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (3)(a) and (c), (4) and (5) by

the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

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Amendment of section 51 of Act of 1996 92. Section 51 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (4) and (6)(b) by the substitution

of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 52 of Act of 1996 93. Section 52 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (3) and (4) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 57 of Act of 1996 94. Section 57 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (2)(d) by the substitution of

“courts” for “Courts”.

Amendment of section 65 of Act of 1996 95. Section 65 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (4) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 67 of Act of 1996 96. Section 67 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (2) and (3) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 72 of Act of 1996 97. Section 72 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1), (2) and (3) by the

substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 77 of Act of 1996 98. Section 77 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 78 of Act of 1996 99. Section 78 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1) and (2) by the substitution of

“High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 79 of Act of 1996 100. Section 79 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsections (1)(a), (2)(a) and (b) and (3) by

the substitution of “the High Court” for “the Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of section 80 of Act of 1996 101. Section 80 of the Act of 1996 is amended by the substitution of “any court” for “Courts”.

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Amendment of section 85 of Act of 1996 102. Section 85 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsection (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (8)(b) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court”.

Amendment of section 88 of Act of 1996 103. Section 88 of the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in subsections (3), (4) and (5) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in subsection (6)—

(i) by the substitution of “decision of the High Court” for “decision of the Court”, and

(ii) by the substitution of “leave of the High Court” for “leave of the Court”.

Amendment of section 97 of Act of 1996 104. Section 97 of the Act of 1996 is amended in subsection (3) by the substitution of “High

Court” for “Court”.

Amendment of First Schedule to Act of 1996 105. The First Schedule to the Act of 1996 is amended in paragraph 11(4)(a) and (6) by the

substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs.

Amendment of Second Schedule to Act of 1996 106. The Second Schedule to the Act of 1996 is amended—

(a) in paragraph 13(4)(a) and (6) by the substitution of “appropriate court” for “Court” in each place that it occurs, and

(b) in paragraph 14(3) by the substitution of “High Court” for “Court”.

CHAPTER 3

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines

Miscellaneous amendments of Act of 1996 in relation to fines 107. (1) The provision of the Act of 1996 specified in column (2), opposite a reference number

specified in column (1), is amended by the substitution of the words specified in column (4), opposite that reference number, for the words specified in column (3) opposite that reference number.

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(2) In subsection (1), a reference to a column is a reference to the column of the Table set out in Schedule 4.

PART 5

DIGITAL LEGAL DEPOSIT SCHEME

Digital legal deposit scheme 108. Within twelve months of the enactment of this Act the Government shall bring forward a

report on the feasibility of establishing a digital legal deposit scheme to serve as a web archive for .ie domain contents and advise on steps taken towards that goal.

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SCHEDULE 1 Section 45

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO EDUCATION

Table

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Principal Act

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 53(1) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

2 section 53(2)(a) instruction education 3 section 53(3) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

4 section 53(4)(a) instruction education 5 section 55(1)(b) instruction education 6 section 55(2) instruction education 7 section 61(2) research education, research 8 section 62(2) research education, research 9 section 63(2)(b) instructions education 10 section 67(3) research education, research 11 section 92(3)(a) research education, research 12 section 168(1) instruction education 13 section 171(1) instruction education 14 section 172(1) instruction education 15 section 223(1) instruction or preparation

for instruction where the copying is done by or on behalf of a person giving or receiving instruction

education or of preparation for education where the copying is done by or on behalf of a person giving or receiving education

16 section 224(1)(b) instruction education 17 section 229(2) research education, research 18 section 230(2)(b) instructions education 19 section 234(3) research education, research 20 section 245(3)(a) research education, research 21 section 329(1) research education, research 22 section 330(1) instruction or of

preparation for instruction

education or of preparation for education

23 section 330(1)(a) instruction education

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SCHEDULE 2 Section 46

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Principal Act

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 14(5) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 2 section 140(7)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 3 section 140(7)(b) £100,000 €130,000 4 section 140(8)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 5 section 140(8)(b) £100,000 €130,000 6 section 141 £100,000 €130,000 7 section 143(3) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 8 section 181(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 9 section 181(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 10 section 198(9) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 11 section 258(6)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 12 section 258(6)(b) £100,000 €130,000 13 section 258(7)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 14 section 258(7)(b) £100,000 €130,000 15 section 259 £100,000 €130,000 16 section 261(3) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 17 section 262(2) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 18 section 286(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 19 section 286(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 20 section 361(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 21 section 361(3)(b) £100,000 €130,000 22 section 371 fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 23 section 376(2)(a) fine not exceeding £1,500 class C fine 24 section 376(2)(b) £100,000 €130,000

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SCHEDULE 3 Section 82

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1992 IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Act of 1992 (2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 92(6) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 2 section 106(5) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 3 section 106(5) £1,000 a class C fine 4 section 111 fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 5 section 112(1) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 6 section 113 fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 7 section 125(4) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 8 section 125(4) £1,000 a class C fine

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SCHEDULE 4 Section 107

MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS OF ACT OF 1996 IN RELATION TO FINES

Reference No. (1)

Provision of Act of 1996

(2)

Words to be substituted

(3)

Substituting words

(4) 1 section 85(6) fine not exceeding £500 class D fine 2 section 85(6) £1,000 a class C fine 3 section 92(4)(a) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 4 section 92(4)(b) £100,000 €130,000 5 section 93(3)(a) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 6 section 93(3)(b) £200,000 €255,000 7 section 94(3) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine 8 section 94(3) further fine not exceeding £100 class E fine 9 section 97(2) fine not exceeding £1,000 class C fine

10 section 97(2) further fine not exceeding £100 class E fine

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