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Copyright issues in worship
The performance of works in copyright (for example, playing music) as part of an act of worship is specifically exempted from copyright
laws in several countries.

Problems began to arise during the 1970s, when large numbers of new worship songs were written and became popular in many
churches. Managing these songs was difficult, as churches typically used material drawn from a number of songbooks, and new
publications were released frequently. It became common practice for churches to either create their own songbook, to include
songs on a service sheet, or to project the songs using an overhead projector. (Slide projectors were occasionally used in the
early days, and today the use of a video projector is more common). All these options required making a copy of the lyrics, an
act which was in breach of copyright law.

The same issues arose for church musicians, who needed a collection of music books. Frequently, they resorted to photocopying
music, which again is a breach of copyright law.

To undertake this legally would previously have required a church to obtain permission from all the copyright holders, a
time-consuming and potentially costly process.

CANADA It is not an infringement of copyright

(a) for an author of an artistic work who is not the owner of the copyright in the work to use any mould, cast, sketch, plan, model
or study made by the author for the purpose of the work, if the author does not thereby repeat or imitate the main design of
the work;

(b) for any person to reproduce, in a painting, drawing, engraving, photograph or cinematographic work

(i) an architectural work, provided the copy is not in the nature of an architectural drawing or plan, or

(ii) a sculpture or work of artistic craftsmanship or a cast or model of a sculpture or work of artistic craftsmanship, that is permanently
situated in a public place or building;

(c) for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of a lecture given in public,
unless the report is prohibited by conspicuous written or printed notice affixed before and maintained during the lecture at or
about the main entrance of the building in which the lecture is given, and, except while the building is being used for public
worship, in a position near the lecturer;

(d) for any person to read or recite in public a reasonable extract from a published work; or

(e) for any person to make or publish, for the purposes of news reporting or news summary, a report of an address of a political
nature given at a public meeting.

(2) It is not an infringement of copyright for a person to do any of the following acts without motive of gain at any agricultural or
agricultural-industrial exhibition or fair that receives a grant from or is held by its directors under federal, provincial or municipal
authority:

(a) the live performance in public of a musical work;

(b) the performance in public of a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer's performance of a musical work; or

(c) the performance in public of a communication signal carrying

(i) the live performance in public of a musical work, or

(ii) a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer's performance of a musical work.

(3) No religious organization or institution, educational institution and no charitable or fraternal organization shall be held liable to
pay any compensation for doing any of the following acts in furtherance of a religious, educational or charitable object:

(a) the live performance in public of a musical work;

(b) the performance in public of a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer's performance of a musical work; or

(c) the performance in public of a communication signal carrying

(i) the live performance in public of a musical work, or

(ii) a sound recording embodying a musical work or a performer's performance of a musical work.

Autres cas de non-violation

32.2 (1) Ne constituent pas des violations du droit d'auteur :

a) l'utilisation, par l'auteur d'une oeuvre artistique, lequel n'est pas titulaire du droit d'auteur sur cette oeuvre, des moules,
moulages, esquisses, plans, modèles ou études qu'il a faits en vue de la création de cette oeuvre, à la condition de ne pas en
répéter ou imiter par là les grandes lignes;

b) la reproduction dans une peinture, un dessin, une gravure, une photographie ou une oeuvre cinématographique :

(i) d'une oeuvre architecturale, à la condition de ne pas avoir le caractère de dessins ou plans architecturaux,

(ii) d'une sculpture ou d'une oeuvre artistique due à des artisans, ou d'un moule ou modèle de celles-ci, érigées en permanence
sur une place publique ou dans un édifice public;

c) la production ou la publication, pour des comptes rendus d'événements d'actualité ou des revues de presse, du compte rendu
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affiché, avant et pendant la conférence, à la porte ou près de la porte d'entrée principale de l'édifice où elle a lieu; l'affiche doit
encore être posée près du conférencier, sauf lorsqu'il parle dans un édifice servant, à ce moment, à un culte public;

d) la lecture ou récitation en public, par une personne, d'un extrait, de longueur raisonnable, d'une oeuvre publiée;

e) la production ou la publication, pour des comptes rendus d'événements d'actualité ou des revues de presse, du compte rendu
d'une allocution de nature politique prononcée lors d'une assemblée publique.

(2) Ne constituent pas des violations du droit d'auteur les actes ci-après, s'ils sont accomplis sans intention de gain, à une
exposition ou foire agricole ou industrielle et agricole, qui reçoit une subvention fédérale, provinciale ou municipale, ou est
tenue par ses administrateurs en vertu d'une autorisation fédérale, provinciale ou municipale :

a) l'exécution, en direct et en public, d'une oeuvre musicale;

b) l'exécution en public tant de l'enregistrement sonore que de l'oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation de l'oeuvre musicale qui le
constituent;

c) l'exécution en public du signal de communication porteur :

(i) de l'exécution, en direct et en public, d'une oeuvre musicale,

(ii) tant de l'enregistrement sonore que de l'oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation d'une oeuvre musicale qui le constituent.

(3) Les organisations ou institutions religieuses, les établissements d'enseignement et les organisations charitables ou
fraternelles ne sont pas tenus de payer une compensation si les actes suivants sont accomplis dans l'intérêt d'une entreprise
religieuse, éducative ou charitable :

a) l'exécution, en direct et en public, d'une oeuvre musicale;

b) l'exécution en public tant de l'enregistrement sonore que de l'oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation de l'oeuvre musicale qui le
constituent;

c) l'exécution en public du signal de communication porteur :

(i) de l'exécution, en direct et en public, d'une oeuvre musicale,

(ii) tant de l'enregistrement sonore que de l'oeuvre musicale ou de la prestation d'une oeuvre musicale qui le constituent.

1997, ch. 24, art. 19.
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