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News | 04/25/2002 4:00 am EDT

Copyright collective appealing pay audio tariff decision
The Neighbouring Rights Collective of Canada (NRCC) has applied for judicial review of the Copyright Board of Canada’s first-ever tariff decision for pay audio services (CCR, Mar. 28/02). NRCC is not challenging the rate set by the board, but the proportion of royalties shared by NRCC and the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN). Parties must file a notice of appearance with the Federal Court of Appeal by April 26 if they wish to intervene on the appeal.

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