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Royalty
In Copyright law, the term Royalty is used to describe the reimbursement or compensation due to the Right holder of a Copyright Work on the occasion of its Utilization or exploitation. In the area of obligatory collective management, the Royalty is generally a maximum of 10% of the Utilization charge or expenditure for the authors' rights and 3% for the related Intellectual property rights. "Tantième" is the usual term for royalties in Germany, whereas in Switzerland the terms "Vergütung" or "Entschädigung" are more common.
Source: Art. 60 para. 2 FCL
Swiss Authors' Rights
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In Copyright law, the term Royalty is used to describe the reimbursement or compensation due to the Right holder of a Copyright Work on the occasion of its Utilization or exploitation. In the area of obligatory collective management, the Royalty is generally a maximum of 10% of the Utilization charge or expenditure for the authors' rights and 3% for the related Intellectual property rights. "Tantième" is the usual term for royalties in Germany, whereas in Switzerland the terms "Vergütung" or "Entschädigung" are more common.
Source: Art. 60 para. 2 FCL