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THE COPYRIGHT ACT, 1957
[As amended by the Tribunals Reforms (Rationalisation and Conditions of Service) Ordinance, 2021]
71. APPEALS AGAINST CERTAIN ORDERS OF MAGISTRATE.
Any person aggrieved by an order made under sub- section (2) of section 64 or section 66 may, within thirty days of the date of such order, appeal to the Court to which appeals from the court making the order ordinarily lie, and such appellate court may direct that execution of the order be stayed pending disposal of the appeal.
72. APPEALS AGAINST ORDERS OF REGISTRAR OF COPYRIGHTS.
(1) Any person aggrieved by any final decision or order of the Registrar of Copyrights may, within three months from the date of the order or decision, appeal to the High Court.
(2) Every such appeal shall be heard by a single Judge of the High Court:
Provided that any such Judge may, if he so thinks fit, refer the appeal at any stage of the proceeding to a Bench of the High Court.
(3) Where an appeal is heard by a single Judge, a further appeal shall lie to a Bench of the High Court within three months from the date of decision or order of the single Judge.
(4) In calculating the period of three months provided for an appeal under this section, the time taken in granting a certified copy of the order or record of the decision appealed against shall be excluded.
73. PROCEDURE FOR APPEALS.
The High Court may make rules consistent with this Act as to the procedure to be followed in respect of appeals made to it under section 72.