Ownership of copyright
The copyright shall belong to the person who has created the work (author). If the work was created by several authors, the authors shall exercise their rights jointly, except when the parts of the common work can be used independently. In this case the rights can be exercised independently regarding the respective individual part (common work [C.A. Art. 5]); the authorisation of all authors is required, however, if any part of this common work is wanted to be joined with a different work. If it is impossible to separately determine the individual rights of the authors (collective work [C.A. Art. 6]), the copyright shall be transferred to the natural or legal person or the economic company without legal entity as a successor-in-title at whose initiative or under whose instructions the work was created and who published it in his own name. The copyright of a collection, if the selection, arrangement or editing of its content is of individual and original nature (Collection of works [C.A. Art. 7]) shall belong to the editor.