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Copyright Act, Chapter 26:01, January 1st, 1967

(1) Section 5(4) lists the acts restricted by copyright law with regard to a literary, dramatic or musical work. These restrictions entail “reproducing the work in any material form, publishing the work, performing the work in public, broadcasting the work, causing the work to be transmitted to subscribers to a diffusion service and making any adaption of the work.” (2) Section 57 makes anyone found guilty under the Copyright Act liable to the payment of a fine. (3) Section 58(3) states that “…no copyright or right in the nature of copy right shall subsist otherwise than by virtue of this Act or some other enactment in that behalf.”