Copyright (Border Protection) Regulations 1994

Notice requesting detention of pirated copies

To the chief executive of the New Zealand Customs Service

[State full name of the owner of the copyright] of [state the address of the owner of the copyright] claims that [describe the work in which copyright is claimed] is a work in which [state full name of the owner of the copyright] owns the copyright.

The title of the work is [state the title under which the work has been published or attach a list of works as a schedule].

The full name of the author is [if the work is of unknown authorship, insert words to that effect. If the author is a company, insert the name of the company, and the division within the company, that produced the work].

In relation to a published edition, the full name of the publisher is [full name].

*The author is still living.

†The year of the death of the author was [state the year of death of the author or the last surviving author].

The year in which the work was made was [date].

In relation to a sound recording or film, the year in which the work was made and the year in which the work was made available to the public by an authorised act was [date].

The country and year of first publication of the work was [state country and year and, if there was simultaneous publication in more than 1 country, state all countries].

The status of the author or publisher at the time of first publication was [state the citizenship and domicile or residence of the author of the work or the publisher of the edition or, if the author or publisher is a company, the name of the country where the company is incorporated].

The chief executive of the New Zealand Customs Service is requested to detain any pirated copies of [describe the work in which copyright is claimed] that are in, or at any time come into, the control of the New Zealand Customs Service.

This notice is in force for the period [insert a period that is not longer than 5 years from the date of the notice or, if the copyright in the work will expire within 5 years from the date of the notice, not longer than the period for which the copyright will last].

*Delete if the work is of unknown authorship or if no author is still living.
†Delete if the author is still living or, if the work is a work of joint authorship, if one of the authors is still living.

Details of the person and contact address for the service of any notice are:

Name:

Business/residential address:

Postal address:

Telephone No:

Facsimile No:

Email:

Date:

Signature:

Marie Shroff,
Clerk of the Executive Council.