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What Constitutes Copyright And How Can It Be Protected?
The owner of copyright in a work is by statute given the exclusive right to perform certain specified acts in respect of his or her work or to authorise others to do so and hence to prevent
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
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In What Circumstances May A Foreign Licensor Be Taxed On Its Income In South Africa?
In general, non-resident licensors are only subject to tax in South Africa on income that is attributable to a permanent establishment in South Africa of that licensor; or to the extent that tax is
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
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Software Licensing
Does South African law recognise the validity of ‘perpetual' software licences?
South Africa
5 Mar 2019
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Royalties And Other Payments, Currency Conversion And Taxes
Is there any legislation that governs the nature, amount or manner or frequency of payments of royalties or other fees or costs (including interest on late payments) in an international licensing relationship, ...
South Africa
28 Feb 2019
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Trade Secrets
Is there specific legislation that governs trade secrets or know-how in South Africa? If so, is there a legal definition for this? Either way, how are trade secrets and know-how treated by the courts?
South Africa
28 Feb 2019
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What Constitutes Copyright In South Africa And How Can It Be Protected?
The owner of copyright in a work is by statute given the exclusive right to perform certain specified acts in respect of his or her work or to authorise others to do so and hence to prevent unauthorised persons from performing those acts.
South Africa
28 Feb 2019
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