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Copyright and Related Rights
3. Article 11 of the TRIPS Agreement requires that rental rights for computer programs and cinematographic works be available. Please cite to the corresponding provision of the copyright law of Fiji.
Section 229(o) of the Act stipulates that: "229. The Minister may make regulations for all or any of the following purposes – (o) authorising, subject to specified conditions, the rental to the public of copies of - (i) any specified class or classes of computer program; (ii) any specified class or classes of sound recording, or (iii) any audio visual work or specified class or classes of audio visual work, without the consent of the owner of the copyright in the work." Pursuant to s73 of the Act, copyright in a work (being a computer program, sound recording, or audio visual work) is not infringed by the rental of that work to any person by an educational establishment or a prescribed library if they do not rent out the work for profit or if the work has previously been put into circulation with the licence of the copyright owner