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Supreme Court Miscellaneous Slip Opinion 2550

 
Note concerning Thailand Supreme court opinions: Thailand is a civil law jurisdiction that also has elements of the common law system. Accordingly, the principle law sources are acts, statutes and regulations. However, published Supreme court decisions are an important part of the legal development of Thailand and are frequently used as a secondary authority. (Summaries sponsored by Chaninat & Leeds)
 

 

1/2550 Thailand Supreme Court Opinion 106 (No. 1148) 2007
Public Prosecutor of Patthalung Province vs. Mrs. Chanatda Booncho

Re:
Copyright

Although the motion stated that Chor was the damaged party, the motion included a statement specifying that the Thailand copyright was owned by Mor for the musical work based on the song “Older Brother” and Kor’s song “Lompae, Lompat, Mora, and Roytang.” A statement at the end of the motion stated that Chor, who was the damaged party, lodged a complaint with the inquiry official, referring to the Copyright Sales and Purchase Agreement, which formed a part of the legal proceedings. Clause 7 of the Agreement stated that Mor and Kor, owners of the copyright, agreed to permit Chor to lodge the complaint and authorized Chor as their representative. Therefore, Chor’s complaint was legally valid.  

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     

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