Free Use – Exeptions and Limitations
Last updated: 08/06/2015

The Copyright Act (Chapter 2) contains a number of limitations on economic rights, which means that a work may be used in certain specified situations and under certain conditions despite copyright protection, i.e. without obtaining consent.
When a work may be used freely in accordance with these provisions, the moral rights of the author must nevertheless be observed.
Chapter 2 (Limitations on Copyright)