Rupa Marya v. Warner Chappell Music Inc

Filing 174

[REDACTED] JOINT EVIDENTIARY APPENDIX IN SUPPORT OF NOTICE OF MOTION AND CROSS-MOTION AND MOTION AND CROSS-MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT re APPLICATION for Leave to File Under Seal 158 VOLUME 5 OF 8 filed by Plaintiffs Good Morning to You Productions Corp, Majar Productions LLC, Rupa Marya, Robert Siegel. (Attachments: # 1 Appendix VOLUME 5 OF 8, # 2 Appendix VOLUME 5 OF 8, # 3 Appendix VOLUME 5 OF 8, # 4 Appendix VOLUME 5 OF 8, # 5 Appendix VOLUME 5 OF 8)(Manifold, Betsy)

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1909 Certification in general. 1909.16 (cont'd) Form and content of certified copies of material deposited for copyright or mask work registration (other than phonorecords and Patent Office deposits). (cont'd) 1909.16(b)Copies of photographs and identifying reproductions deposited for certain threedimensional works. (cont'd) copies of photographs or identifying material deposited in lieu of copies. In such cases all of the photographs or reproductions in a set should be reproduced, unless the request specifies that only certain ones are to be copied. In all cases, however, the material copied and certified should include the page or surface bearing the registration number and date of receipt of the deposit, if any, and also the page or surface showing the notice of copyright, if any. For some pre1956 registrations where both threedimensional copies and photographs may be available, the Copyright Office will certify the photographs, unless the applicant specifically requests certification of the three-dimensional copies. 1910 Certification of actual deposit copy when required by the court. When required by a court, the Copyright Office will certify the actual copy, phonorecord, or identifying material used to make the registration, or to refuse registration, provided that the copy, phonorecord, or identifying material has been under the continuous control of the Copyright Office. The actual deposit material will be made available only upon the condition that it will be promptly returned to the custody of the Copyright Office. A certificate is drawn to show that the copy, phonorecord, or identifying material is the copy, phonorecord, or identifying material used to make or to refuse the registration. If the deposit material has been transferred to the Library of Congress's collections, the Office will not certify that copy, phonorecord, or identifying material. 1911 Fees in general. Fees are charged for the various services provided by the Copyright Office, the Photoduplication Service, or the Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division. 1911.01 Statutory fees. Fees are charged for certain services as set forth in section 708 of the Copyright Act and section 908(d) of the [1998] Ex. 99 1900-21 P006391 1139 1911 Fees in general. 1911.01 (cont'd) Statutory fees. (cont'd) Semiconductor Chip Protection Act of 1984. are payable to the Register of Copyrights. They Fees are charged: 1) For issuance of an additional certificate of registration; 2) For issuance of any other certification; 3) For making a search or any related service; and 4) For a special service, at a rate fixed by the Register. 1911.02 Photoduplication Service and Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division fees. Fees for the making of copies by these units are established by them and are payable to the Library of Congress at the copying rate then in effect for their services. 1911.03 Certification fees. The check for preparing a certification should be made payable to "the Register of Copyrights," regardless of which Library service unit is preparing the certification. 1912 Applicability of fees to other U.S. Government agencies. Section 708(b) of the Copyright Act provides that all fees prescribed by the Act are applicable to the United States Government and any of its agencies, employees, or officers, but that the Register of Copyrights has discretion to waive these requirements in occasional or isolated cases involving relatively small amounts. [END OF CHAPTER 1900] [1998] Ex. 99 P006392 1140

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