[482P-4] Right is exclusive for individuals and personalities. (a) For individuals, except to the extent that the individual may have transferred, assigned, or licensed a right recognized by this chapter, the rights protected in this chapter are exclusive to the individual, and are exclusive to the persons entitled to the rights under section 482P-3 for a period of seventy years after the death of the individual, including to the extent that the persons entitled to the rights under section 482P-3 may have transferred, assigned, or licensed these rights to others.

(b) For personalities, except to the extent that the personality may have transferred, assigned, or licensed a right recognized by this chapter, the rights protected in this chapter are exclusive to the personality, and are exclusive to the persons entitled to the rights under section 482P-3 for a period of seventy years after the death of the personality, including to the extent that the persons entitled to the rights under section 482P-3 may have transferred, assigned, or licensed the rights to others.

(c) The rights granted in this chapter may be exercised by a personal representative, attorney-in-fact, parent of a minor child, or guardian, or as authorized by a court of competent jurisdiction. The terms "personal representative", "attorney-in-fact", and "guardian" shall have the same meanings as in chapter 560. [L Sp 2009, c 28, pt of 2]

 

 

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