The Copyright Act of 1976 explicitly recognizes that ownership of the numerous exclusive rights composing the copyright is divisible. This Comment discusses that recognition, focusing primarily on the effects of the statutory recognition of divisibility on those provisions of the Act that deal with the problems of registration, recordation, notice, and standing to sue for infringement.
Lynne Rae Fritz,
Divisible Copyright under the Copyright Act of 1976: The Effect on Registration, Recordation, Notice, and Standing to Sue,
57 Neb. L. Rev. 1033
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