Home Industry News Intellectual Property Office: Research and analysis Rights reversion and contract adjustment
This report investigates two proposals that have been made to protect the contractual interests of UK music creators by making changes to domestic copyright law. One of the proposals is to introduce a reversion right, which would provide a means by which the transfer of copyright returns to the music creator at an agreed time-period after the contract with a rights holder has been signed. The other is to introduce a contract adjustment right, which would enable music creators to address disproportionate revenues resulting from contractual terms.
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