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The Canadian Supreme Court has held that the state owns the copyright on works produced under the direction of its contractors, bringing to an end a class-action suit over the copyright on land surveys.
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Crown copyright, Supreme Court of Canada, Teranet, Keatley Surveying, land surveyor, class-action, Copyright Act, section 12, Jeremy de Beer