The Copyright Tribunals are a forum for resolving disputes between licensors who are in the business of collectively administering copyright licences for different copyright owners, and users of copyright materials. The Copyright Tribunals’ jurisdiction is set out in Part VII of the Copyright Act (Cap. 63).
There is a president to the Copyright Tribunals, as well as two deputy presidents and up to 15 members. Either the president or a deputy president may preside over a Tribunal that is formed. Each Tribunal will consist of three members. The current presiding Copyright Tribunals can be found on the Singapore Government Directory Copyright Tribunals page.
A Tribunal is empowered to:
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