Copyright Law for Community Associations

A common issue that community associations encounter is the proper use of copyrighted material. Whenever an association shows a movie or plays music at a common element/area location within the community, it most likely is using material that is protected by copyright law. If the association has not obtained a license allowing it to use the copyrighted material, it may be subject to penalties for copyright infringement.     Read the article…………….


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