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COPYRIGHT, DESIGN RIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POLICY Scottish Association of Local Sports Councils Updated by Board of Directors on: 27/08/2013

Copyright, Design Rights and Intellectual Property Policy Updated by Board at meeting on 27/08/2013

CONTENTS Section 1:


SALSC is supported by

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Copyright, Design Rights and Intellectual Property Policy

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Updated by Board at meeting on 27/08/2013

SECTION 1: POLICY 1.1 The employee will promptly disclose to SALSC all works in which copyright or design rights may exist which they make or originate either by themselves or jointly with other people during their employment. 1.2 Any copyright work or design created by the employee in the normal course of their employment or in the course of carrying out duties specifically assigned to them, which relate to the affairs of SALSC, shall be the property of SALSC whether or not the work was made at the direction of SALSC, or was intended for SALSC and the copyright in it and the rights in any design shall belong absolutely to SALSC throughout all jurisdictions and in all parts of the world, together with all rights of registration, extensions and renewal (where relevant). 1.3 To the extent that such copyright or design rights are not otherwise vested in SALSC, the employee hereby assign the same to SALSC, together with all past and future rights to action relating thereto. 1.4 The employee recognises and accepts that SALSC may edit, copy, add to, take from, adapt, alter and translate the product of their services in exercising the rights assigned under the second paragraph of this policy. 1.5 To the full extent permitted by law, the employee irrevocably and unconditionally waive any provision of law known as “moral rights” including any moral rights they may otherwise have of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 in relation to the rights referred to in the second paragraph of this policy. 1.6 The employee agrees that they will at SALSC’s request and expense, execute such further documents or deeds and do all things necessary or reasonably required to confirm and substantiate the rights of SALSC under this policy and despite the termination of this Agreement for any reason. 1.7 The employee agrees that they will not at any time make use of or exploit SALSC property, trade marks, service marks, documents or materials in which SALSC owns the copyright or the design rights for any purpose which has not been authorised by SALSC.

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