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Old 05-15-2015, 08:01 AM   #2
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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Interesting question to which I don't know the practical answer despite being the son of an author who inherited ownership of the copyright in his works, which I have now passed on to my son.

The son should know or be able to ask the publisher of the original work, or the lawyer who handled the estate.

I suspect it is the owner of the copyright who should be displayed in any new printing since people may want to know who to approach for permission to use copyright material and I have seen books even by living authors which show the © such and such Inc .


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