McGill law journal

McGill law journal

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held that the reproduction of motor vehicle parts, such as mufflers, constitutes an indirect infringement of copyright in the plans of such parts. ... by a copyright owner in that case so as to deny the right of a car owner to repair his vehicle by obtaining replacement parts from competing manufacturers. ... an indirect reproduction forms part of the Canadian Copyright Act. In the case of Bayliner Marine Corp. v.

Title:McGill law journal
Publisher: - 1986

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