285 -March 28, 2006
Copyright Office Proposes New Fees and Requests Comments
The Copyright Office of the Library of Congress is considering
adoption of new fees for special services and Licensing Division services.
The Office has submitted to Congress proposed new statutory fees for certain
other services. The proposed fees are based upon a cost study. They would
recover a significant part of the costs to the Office of registering claims
and would provide full cost recovery for many services provided by the Office
that benefit only or primarily the user of that service. Comments on this
proposed rulemaking are due by April 27, 2006. (Read further
|March 29 and
and April 3 and 4
|Washington, D.C., hearings on 1201(a)(1) rulemaking
||Due date for comments on proposed rulemaking regarding
Copyright Office fees (more)
||Proposed effective date of new Copyright Office fees
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