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The law of copyright in Singapore

by George Wei

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Published by Singapore National Printers, Publication Division in Singapore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Singapore.
    • Subjects:
    • Copyright -- Singapore.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementGeorge Wei.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKPP112.2 .W45 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxvi, 597 p. :
      Number of Pages597
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2014295M
      ISBN 109810008562
      LC Control Number90940083
      OCLC/WorldCa21441862

      The Law of Contract in Singapore. This note covers the following topics: introduction, offer and acceptance, intention to create legal relations, terms of the contract, capacity to contract, privity of contract, discharge of contract,mistake, misrepresentation, duress, undue influence and unconscionability, illegality and public policy, judicial remedies for breach of contract. Like the highly successful Tech Start for Law programme which ended on 28 February , the Tech-celerate for Law programme is a grant scheme to help Singapore law practices adopt and integrate technology into their practices, to augment the efficiency and quality of the legal services delivered and better handle future disruptions.

      The Law Society regularly provides feedback to government as well as non-government organisations on proposed changes to the law. Read More Advisory Updates on COVID Book an Appointment with Loh Eben Ong LLP, Singapore Lawyers, Notary Public, Commissioner, Probate, Deed Poll, Conveyancing, Commercial, Divorce and Wills Skip to content Call Us Today! +65 | [email protected]

      A correctly worded notice will deter infringement, as it states that the work is protected under law. Although a copyright notice is not required, (work is automatically subject to copyright protection under law), displaying a notice shows that you have an awareness of copyright and take infringements of .   Nadja Alexander is a Professor of Law and Director of the Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy (SIDRA) at the Singapore Management University. She is a Senior Fellow of the Dispute Resolution Institute at Hamline University in the United States. Nadja Alexander is an award winning author (, ) and educator (, , ), and >has been recognized as a global .


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Determine the terms on which the Singapore Government can use copyright material. A Tribunal has the power to refer to the High Court any matter that comes before it for the determination on a point of law. Singapore Statutes Online is provided by the Legislation Division of the Singapore Attorney-General's Chambers.

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Generally, under Singapore’s copyright law, copyright in the music and lyrics of a song are separate and distinct. However, it the writer has written. 12 Intellectual Property Law Ch. 13 Intellectual Property Licensing Ch.

14 Forms of Business Organisations Ch. 15 Law of Agency Ch. 16 Singapore Company Law Ch. 17 Corporate Finance and Securities Regulation Ch. 18 Equity and Trusts Ch. 19 Restitution Ch. 20 The Law of Negligence Ch. 21 Economic Torts Ch.

22 Banking and Finance. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "Table of statutes": pages xxvi-xliv. "Table of cases": pages lii-lxxv.

Description: lxxv, pages. The Norwegian copyright act does not address public domain directly. The Norwegian copyright law defines two basic rights for authors: economic rights and moral rights. [.] For material that is outside the scope of copyright, the phrase «i det fri» («in the free») is used.

This corresponds roughly to the term «public domain» in English. An author owns the copyright to a book the moment it is written—before publishing the book or looking at copyright registration. To copyright a book completely, however, the author needs the added protection of federal registration.

Read on to learn more about how to copyright a book, what copyright actually protects, and how secure your. The legal system of Singapore is based on the English common law system. Major areas of law – particularly administrative law, contract law, equity and trust law, property law and tort law – are largely judge-made, though certain aspects have now been modified to some extent by r, other areas of law, such as criminal law, company law and family law, are almost completely.

In this book, references are made to the legal positions in several jurisdictions around the world, such as the UK, the European Union, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, with a view to: (a) providing comparisons between the law in Singapore and the others; (b) offering possible or alternative interpretations in areas where the law in.

This book is an attempt to draw such an outline of the principles of the law of Contract as may be useful to students, and, perhaps, convenient to those who are engaged in the teaching of law. Author tried to show how a contract is made, what is needed to make it binding, what its effect is, how its terms are interpreted, and how it is.

The Court of Appeal decision in Global Yellow Pages Ltd v Promedia Directories Pte Ltd [] SGCA 28 affirmed the decision of the High Court dated 28 th January – ruling in favour of Promedia Directories (“the Defendant”) and dismissing Global Yellow Pages’ (“the Plaintiff”) appeal.

The case has set important precedent in Singapore copyright law with regard to compilations of. This is the second edition of the highly successful book first published in However, it has been extensively revised in content and updated: Eight out of 14 chapters are new including chapters such as The Constitutional Framework of Powers, Alternative Dispute Resolution, and The Singapore Legal System and International Law; and the law on all subjects has been updated.

The long arms of copyright law hit home again in Singapore, after a spate of high profile cases involving online maps, music downloading, and anime viewing in recent memory. This time, there were two cases, both of which dealt with matters from the academic arena. The year series case. This book is essential for legal practitioners, judges, scholars and students.

The detailed analysis of the principles, workings, and complexities of criminal law in each chapter is done in an organised and structured manner, with clear headings and sub.

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A research-intensive university with an entrepreneurial dimension, NUS is ranked consistently as one of the world's top universities. We offer the most extensive selection of academic programmes in Singapore, collaborating with leading universities worldwide to provide our students with diverse opportunities for overseas exposure.

Company Law, 3rd Edition The book aims to present the complex subject of company law in a clear and straightforward manner. It is readable, and yet provides sufficient detail to complex issues, making it a good first choice not only for intending students of company law. This course is particularly useful for sole proprietors and employees of law practices with book-keeping responsibilities or any person interested in gaining a better understanding of book-keeping for law practices and pitfalls to avoid in book-keeping for law practices.

SPEAKERS. Michael S Chia – Managing Director, MSC Law Corporation. SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION A. Overview of Intellectual Property Licensing The most lucrative works of intellectual property are often exploited in a number of ways.

For example, rights in relation to a popular novel may comprise volume rights, serialisation rights (in print media), translation rights, film rights and dramatization rights. Licensing is a major tool for intellectual property.The copyright law, 17 U.S.C.

(b), states that ideas and concepts are not subject to copyright protection and, therefore, they cannot be preregistered or registered.

The work to be preregistered must be one that falls within the subject matter enumerated in section (a) of the copyright law.Inventions are protected under the Patents Act in Singapore.

Registration for a patent can be obtained from the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS). To qualify for registration, an invention has to be new, involve an inventive step, be capable of industrial application, and not encourage immoral, offensive or anti-social behaviour.