Copyright Act 1987
|Is there a specialized dispute resolution body?||Yes|
|Which Body?||Copyright Tribunal / IP Court
|Do the general courts have jurisdiction to determine reasonable license terms where they cannot be agreed?||No|
Under the Copyright Act 1987, the Copyright Tribunal is empowered to determine disputes concerning the license terms between parties and the Copyright Tribunal may on its own motion or at the request of the parties, is entitled to refer the question of law arising from the disputes to the High Court for a decision
|Type of Licenses|
|TV||Radio||Online||Production||Mechanical||Performance / Renting||Live Events||Products||Others|
|MACP - Music Authors Copyright Protection Bhd||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|PPM - Public Performance Malaysia Sdn Bhd||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|RPM - Recording Performers Malaysia Berhad||N/A||N/A|
N/A - CMO does not offer this type of license
The local collecting societies are generally active.
Both Baker & McKenzie and WIPO coordinated and/or contributed content for this chapter. For more information on the relevant CMOs, please contact the CMOs directly.