Unlawful labeling of a sound recording
(1) A person commits unlawful labeling of a sound recording if the person:
(a) Fails to disclose the origin of a sound recording when the person knowingly advertises or offers for sale or resale, sells, resells, rents, leases, or lends or possesses for any of these purposes, any sound recording that does not contain the true name and address of the manufacturer in a prominent place on the cover, jacket or label of the sound recording; and
(b) Possesses five or more duplicate copies or 20 or more individual copies of recordings produced without consent of the owner or performer and the recordings are intended for sale or distribution in violation of this section.
(2) Unlawful labeling of a sound recording is a Class C felony. [1993 c.95 §7]
Note: See note under 164.864 (Definitions for ORS 164.864 to 164.882).
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