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Whether examination papers are ‘literary works’ under the meaning of the Act?

Whether University of London is entitled to the copyright of the examination papers?


The UK Copyright Act of 1911 provides no specific definition of a ‘literary work’, it offers a non-exhaustive list of items that are included within the meaning of literary works. Any written or printed material may be regarded as a literary work for purposes of the Act.

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