A copyright contract is a legal instrument enabling authors to achieve economic benefits from their work. An obvious weakness of this instrument is its application on relations between contracting parties (the author on one hand, and the user of a copyright work on the other) who are in fact not, as a rule, in an equal position. In the paper are presented the key institutes of copyright contracts law aimed at strengthening the negotiating and contracting position of authors, being the weaker contracting party in a copy¬right contract. In this context, special attention has been paid to the problem of remuneration.
Zbornik Hrvatskog društva za autorsko pravo, 6(2005); str. 51-77.Preuzmite puni tekst članka u PDF formatu