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LATREPRO

Submitted by jboyd on Wed, 02/11/2015 - 10:51
LATREPRO
Krišjāņa Valdemāra Street 6
Riga
LV-1010
Latvia
Phone
+371 25606168
Fax
+371 67508798
Website
http://www.latrepro.lv/
Chief Executive Name
Mrs. Vija Kilbloka
Chief Executive Title
Chairperson of the Board
History of the organisation
LATREPRO was founded on December 13, 2012. LATREPRO’s goal is to promote and safeguard rights of authors and publishers, and to protect their legal interests, as well as to perform collective management of authors’ and publishers’ rights through non-profit means. LATREPRO is non-governmental, independent, non-profit association. The members of LATREPRO are four individual authors, the society Latvian Book Publishers' Association (represents book publishers), the society Latvian Press Publishers' Association (represents press publishers), the society Writers’ Union of Latvia (represents writers), the trade union Association of Latvian Journalists (represents journalists) and Association of Latvian Journalists (represents journalists). On June 17, 2014 LATREPRO received the license from the Ministry of Culture to perform collective management of authors’ and publishers’ rights in relation to reprographic reproduction of their works for personal use. LATREPRO is authorized to be the only organization in Latvia with permission to conduct aforementioned collective management of economic rights.
Year of incorporation
2012
Year of first distribution
2018
Year of first collection
2017
Total number of Board Members
3
How are Board Members elected
The members of the Board of LATREPRO are elected by the members’ meeting for a period of three years. Representation of interests of all LATREPRO's members are ensured in the Board.
Total number of Author Representatives
1
Total number of Publisher Representatives
2
Total Number of Member Associations
5
Total Publishers' Associations
2
Total Creators' (authors and visual artists) Associations
3
Remarks about the members
The LATREPRO represents essential part of Latvian authors and publishers who are entitled to receive remuneration for reprographic reproduction for personal use. The society Latvian Book Publishers' Association represents 21 publishing houses, Latvian Association of Press Publishers represents 25 publishing houses, Writers’ Union of Latvia represents 271 authors, trade union Association of Latvian Journalists represents 150 authors, Association of Latvian Journalists represents more than 100 members.
DATES OF FINANCIAL YEAR
January 1 - December 31
Type of National legislation
Civil Law
Licensing system
Legal Licence
Mandating Rights Holders
Mandate (general) is defined by law under legal licence.
REPROGRAPHIC LICENCES - Types of works licensed
All types of published works, except for sheet music.
Types of uses licensed
Reprographic reproduction of works for personal use.
Types of institutions/sectors licensed
All persons eligible to perform reprographic reproduction of works for personal use.
DIGITAL LICENCES - Types of works licensed
N.A. yet.
Types of uses licensed
N.A. yet.
Types of institutions/sectors licensed
N.A. yet.
OTHER LICENCES - Public Lending Rights
off
Distribution methods
Objective availability
% Author/Publisher Split
50%/50%
Are deductions for cultural and/or social purposes made?
no
Total amount collected for all licensing
136 904.18
Total amount collected for reproduction licensing
136 904.18
Total amount collected nationally for reproduction licensing
136 904.18
Total amount distributed from all licensing
18 421.43
Total amount distributed from reproduction licensing
18 421.43
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders
18 421.43
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders from reproduction licensing
18 421.43
to publishers and visual creator organisations
13 886.22
to individual artists only
4 535.21
Administration Charge (actual figure)
40 912.08
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Euro